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Vol. 2 No. 4 June 2003

Should you consolidate your direct-attached storage (DAS)?

In this issue, learn why consolidating your direct-attached storage (DAS), takes longer and costs more than you've been told. Learn about mistakes to avoid when consolidating DAS. Also read stories on smarter networks, version 1.0 of the SAS specification, and get the lowdown on storage management suites. In part one of a two-part series, learn about budget-conscious business continuity with disk mirroring. Get the inside scoop on how to keep your business up and running if a disaster strikes. Also inside: Learn about midrange NAS boxes, inverse multiplexing, snapshot basics, and more.

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  • Inverse multiplexing

    Inverse multiplexing

  • Copy basics

    by  David Braue

    Snapshot and replication are important tools in building a foolproof disaster recovery plan. This article helps you pick the optimal solution that fits within your budget and is best suited for your company's individual backup needs.

  • The case for network smarts

    Let's face it: SANs as they currently exist only deliver about half of what you might hope for in the way of efficiency and optimal utilization. The best bet to deliver the other 50% is network-based storage intelligence. You'll have to get past the magic-wand claims for this latest pancea from storage vendors, though. And not every incarnation of smart switches or appliances is going to be right for you.

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