sponsored by Arrow + NetApp
Posted:  01 May 2013
Published:  16 Jan 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  6  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English

Don't you wish there was a way to centralize management of block, file, and object data? Well, now there is.

Unified storage allows you to manage block, file and object data from a single foundation. This is becoming more and more advantageous as virtual server environments and the cloud force storage pros to look for consolidation and standardization wherever possible.

This expert E-Guide describes the architectural characteristics of unified storage and explains how it provides a measure of relief in virtual and cloud environments. Read now to explore the latest advances in this emerging technology space and what you can expect in terms of cost savings and management efficiency.


Storage Architectures | Storage Capacity | Storage Consolidation | Storage Efficiency | Storage for Virtualized Servers | Storage Industry | Storage Infrastructure | Storage Management | Storage Optimization | Storage Spending | Storage Standards | Storage Strategy for Virtual Data Centers

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