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Introduction to Storage Area Networks

  • Category: Networks
  • Author: Jon Tate, Pall Beck, Hector Hugo Ibarra, Shanmuganathan Kumaravel, Libor Miklas
  • Pages: 326 pages
  • File type: PDF and ePub

Read and download free eBook intituled Introduction to Storage Area Networks in format PDF and ePub – 326 pages created by Jon Tate, Pall Beck, Hector Hugo Ibarra, Shanmuganathan Kumaravel, Libor Miklas.

Storage is no longer an afterthought. Too much is at stake. Companies are searching for more ways to efficiently manage expanding volumes of data, and to make that data accessible throughout the enterprise. This demand is propelling the move of storage into the network. Also, the increasing complexity of managing large numbers of storage devices and vast amounts of data is driving greater business value into software and services.

With current estimates of the amount of data to be managed and made available increasing at 60% each year, this outlook is where a storage area network (SAN) enters the arena. SANs are the leading storage infrastructure for the global economy of today. SANs offer simplified storage management, scalability, flexibility, and availability; and improved data access, movement, and backup.

This book provides an introduction to SAN and Ethernet networking, and how these networks help to achieve a smarter data center. This book is intended for people who are not very familiar with IT, or who are just starting out in the IT world.

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