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Posted:  28 Nov 2012
Published:  30 Nov 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  29  Page(s)
Type:  Essential Guide
Language:  English

Perhaps one of the biggest roadblocks to complete server virtualization success has been the challenge of configuring and managing storage for virtual machines. Server virt is beyond its infancy, and as more organizations opt to virtualize, the masses are finding that Fibre Channel storage isn't the best fit. In fact, Storage Magazine's research has shown that iSCSI and NAS are becoming far more viable options for virtual server storage. 

Find out why NAS and iSCSI have usurped FC's "go-to" role in storage for virtualized servers by checking out the five expert articles included in this Storage Magazine Essential Guide to making storage and virtual servers work better together. Gain insight from professionals such as Rich Castagna, Brien Posey, Eric Siebert and more by exploring their articles regarding:

  • The challenges of virtual servers
  • Virtual server storage
  • Managing storage for virtual servers
  • Troubleshooting Hyper-V storage problems
  • Why storage management requires improved collaboration

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