Storage Centralization DEFINITION: Storage consolidation, also called storage convergence is a method of centralizing data storage among multiple servers. The objective is to facilitate data backup and archiving for all subscribers in an enterprise, while minimizing the time required to access and store data. Other desirable features include simplification of the storage infrastructure, centralized and efficient management, optimized
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In a virtual server infrastructure where all resources are shared, optimal performance can only be achieved with an adequate amount of properly allocated resource capacity. Not allocating enough resources can cause critical bottlenecks - leading to performance problems and costly downtime events.
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