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    The differences between incremental and differential backups continue to generate many debates and cause confusion. Read this tip to learn how incremental and differential backups differ, and the benefits, drawbacks and uses of each. 

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  • Storage Decisions Session Downloads: Storage Systems & Networking Track (New York 2008)

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  • Storage Decisions New York 2008 Session Downloads

    Download all the sessions that were presented to storage professionals at the recent Storage Decisions 2008 conference in New York on topics including DR, SANs, backup, storage virtualization, storage management and green storage. 

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    EMC tunes Oracle with solid-state drives and a services assessment for Symmetrix customers, while Pillar tweaks Oracle applications for its Axiom storage arrays that will offer automated, granular quality of service on its storage disk arrays. 

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    While solid-state disk (SSD) devices offer faster speeds and consume less power than hard disks, the high price of solid-state memory has kept the devices confined to limited use in the data center. Storage professionals are now seeing more situation... 

  • Storage Decisions Session Downloads: Storage Systems & Networking Track (Chicago 2008)

    The core of any networked storage infrastructure is the basic hardware components: storage arrays and the fabric that links them to client servers and other services. Over the past few years, the trend has been to networks built around director-cl... 

  • Storage Decisions Chicago 2008 Session Downloads

    Download all the sessions that were presented to storage professionals at the recent Storage Decisions 2008 conference in Chicago on topics including DR, SANs, backup, storage virtualization, storage management and green storage. 

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    Before a SAN administrator can size their SAN, they need to know how much storage capacity and performance they need, what SAN protocol to choose, and the proper RAID level for the SAN array.