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  • SAN vs. NAS: Which do you need?

    This tip will enable you to make a more informed decision on whether a NAS or SAN environment is best for the applications you need to deploy. 

  • Cannot retrieve data from RAID

    Storage expert Greg Schulz offers troubleshooting suggestions for a user whose RAID array can't communicate with four units of PowerMac G5 Quad Core. 

  • SATA port: Can you run multiple drives off of one?

    Storage networking expert Greg Schulz discusses how to run multiple drives off a SATA port. 

  • Backing up a LUN snapshot

    SAN expert Marc Staimer offers a detailed description of what you need to consider when making a snapshot of a LUN and then performing a backup. 

  • Implementing SAS storage

    This tip offers advice on how to carefully lay out your topology, choose an appropriate mix of SAS and SATA drives and plan for future growth before setting up a SAS system. 

  • Storage Clips: Emulex announces iSCSI, FCIP routers

    Emulex has announced new products that can be used in both IP and FC SANs. 

  • Users evaluate SAN reporting tool

    Onaro SANScreen users, including JetBlue Airways, like the new performance monitoring, but replication support is not as pressing as better integration with SRM tools. 

  • MIT Medical picks Compellent SAN over Clariion

    MIT Medical chooses Compellent's Storage Center SAN over an EMC Clariion AX 100 from Dell, despite historically being a Dell shop. 

  • Guidelines for controlling clustering

    This tip outlines different approaches, implementations and the factors to consider to effectively manage clustered resources. 

  • Tech Report: Director switches

    There are many advantages to using a director switch (a.k.a. Fibre Channel director), including number of ports and high availability. But this is only part of the big picture. Get deep into the nitty-gritty of director switches from storage industr...