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Vol. 7 No. 10 December 2008

Most storage supports Windows: Survey says

  Our recent salary survey confirms what most storage pros already knew: The most supported server platform in storage environments is the ubiquitous Windows. A whopping 98% of respondents to our annual Storage Salary Survey say their company's storage supports Windows. Linux and Unix tied at 66% apiece. (Respondents could choose more than one option.) Mainframe systems are hanging on with a third of respondents supporting that setup with their storage. NetWare platforms bring up the rear, with 14% of those surveyed saying they still support the older Novell operating system. --Christine Cignoli      

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Features in this issue

  • LTO-4 gains favor among tape drive buyers

  • How your SAN will evolve

    We asked storage vendors, industry analysts and technologists serving on storage industry associations about where they saw the SAN heading. There may not be sweeping architectural changes in five years, but there will be changes in the basic building blocks of the SAN infrastructure: networks and protocols; switches; storage arrays, disks and controllers; and SAN management.

  • "I second that VMotion," say replication vendors

    Replication vendors are finding new avenues for their technology by leveraging VMware's VMotion technology.

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