Performance is one thing to take into account. A few others are:
- Maximum capacity supported.
- Cache memory.
- Number of back-end (Fibre Channel) connections to disk.
- The types of disk arrays supported.
- Features, and how they work: Snapshot, remote copy and aggregated management.
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