Modern NAS rivals object storage in meeting storage performance expectations
At the turn of the century, as new tech for storage devices and architectures multiplied, object storage replaced NAS when it couldn’t keep up with web-scale requirements. However, NAS is making a comeback with a sleek scale-out design that can meet the enterprise performance requirements that object storage can’t. At the same time, vendors are claiming that software-defined storage is increasing budget and management efficiency of SAN/NAS but statistics suggest that they’re full of hot air.
In this eGuide, discover the truth behind these claims and the benefits of the newly designed NAS.