Scaling storage

"Scalability" is often defined as the ability of a storage system to support more or higher capacity hard drives. But adding capacity is only part of the scalability picture. To address scalability most effectively, you have to consider how additional capacity will affect other elements in the environment, as well as the performance of hosts and their applications.

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