Storage virtualization software

Storage Storage virtualization software:

Storage virtualization software

This guide focuses on specific considerations for key storage virtualization software products. You'll also find a series of specifications to help make on-the-spot product comparisons between storage virtualization software vendors, like DataCore Software Corp., EMC Corp., FalconStor Software Inc. and IBM.

Storage virtualization software purchase considerations:

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  • Storage virtualization software purchase considerations

    Buying Guide -  Storage virtualization software installs on host servers or intelligent switches, and supplies virtualization services to the storage infrastructure. Now that you've reviewed the essential issues involved in any storage virtualization product, this guide...

Storage virtualization software specifications:

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  • Storage virtualization software specifications

    Buying Guide -  Storage virtualization software has emerged as a significant tool in storage management, allowing administrators to pool storage resources. Pooled resources can then be organized, allocated, and managed without regard for their physical location. Storage...

Related information-Storage virtualization software:

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  • Storage virtualization soothes utilization, management pains

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     | 20 Jul 2006

    Article -  The biggest problem with today's disk proliferation is waste -- typical storage platforms usually run at less than 60% utilization. This leaves expensive disk capacity unused, and more storage capacity is often purchased without optimizing the existing...

  • Approaching storage-virtualization products

    16 Sep 2005

    Column -  You know you want to implement some sort of storage virtualization, but where do you start? Tony Asaro lays out a number of different approaches to storage virtualization that will help you choose which product or products are best for you.

  • Strategic Storage: Storage virtualization -- Is it soup yet?

    07 Apr 2005

    Article -  Users are showing new interest in this long-simmering technology, and mainstream acceptance could finally be on the way.