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Posted:  04 Sep 2013
Published:  04 Sep 2013
Format:  PDF
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Server virtualization has raised the efficiency bar and in so doing, exposed storage as an inhibitor to data center consolidation efforts. As IT pros become keenly aware of the shortcomings of their existing storage systems, many of them are weighing the importance of performance and capacity as they evaluate various efficiency techniques.

This expert e-guide describes the fundamentals of storage efficiency and compares the performance, capacity and costs of seven efficiency methods. Read on to find out how RAID levels affect performance and capacity utilization and learn about a new converged system that can maximize the results of your efficiency initiative.






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