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Posted:  15 Mar 2013
Published:  15 Mar 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  12  Page(s)
Type:  Ezine
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

In most traditional NAS deployments, drives are simply added to the back end when more storage capacity is needed.

But over time, the heads and back-end arrays reach their limit, and you’re forced to deploy additional, separate systems. This creates “NAS sprawl” in which numerous systems must be independently managed.

Scale-out NAS was developed to solve the problem of NAS sprawl. If managing your traditional NAS is becoming too burdensome and expensive, check out this expert resource and explore:

  • Traditional NAS vs. scale-out NAS
  • Comparing scale-out NAS products
  • When you should consider scale-out NAS
  • And more





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