Storage Virtual SANs:
Virtual SANs partition the physical SAN into logical sections. Virtualization can also be used to combine SAN islands into a single SAN entity. This eases troubleshooting and other network disruptions, and divides the SAN into smaller elements that are easier to manage, change and build out. Now that you've reviewed the essential issues involved in any virtualization product, this guide focuses on the specific considerations for key virtual SAN products. You'll also find a series of specifications to help make on-the-spot product comparisons between vendors.
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Buying Guide - Virtual SANs can improve manageability, maintain security, improve utilization, simplify troubleshooting and ease disruptions during upgrades or changes. The product snapshots in this chapter highlight key specifications for a cross-section of popular...
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Buying Guide - Large SAN architectures are often broken down into one or more virtual SANs, which partition the physical SAN into logical sections, or combine SAN islands into a single SAN entity. Now that you've reviewed the essential issues involved in any...
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