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  • Using iSCSI for clustering

    Storage expert Christopher Poelker offers insight on setting up clustered storage with iSCSI. 

  • RAID types and benefits explained

    RAID, or redundant array of independent disks, can make many smaller disks appear as one large disk to a server for better performance and higher availability. 

  • SAN vs. NAS: A diagram of the differences

    NAS expert Randy Kerns outlines the differences in SAN and NAS using diagrams that illustrate each type of storage system. 

  • Preparing an acceptance document for an FC SAN

    Preparing an acceptance document for the installation of a FC SAN can help ensure that the installation is fully implemented and all the features are enabled and available as per the vendor specification. 

  • Limiting access to a SAN volume

    This advice details how to set up multiple servers with read-only access to the same SAN volume and have a single server read-write access to the same SAN volume. 

  • Troubleshooting clustered server issues

    Storage expert Marc Staimer offers advice on troubleshooting a clustered storage environment with connectivity problems. 

  • Supplemental guide to Storage Decisions Fall 2005 NYC

    More than 550 IT directors, managers, systems architects and engineers participated in the SearchStorage.com and Storage magazine's Fall Storage Decisions 2005 conference. 

  • Supplemental guide to Storage Decisions Spring 2005 Chicago

    More than 500 IT directors, managers, systems architects and engineers participated in the SearchStorage.com and Storage magazine's Fall Storage Decisions 2005 conferences. 

  • RAID striping or concatenation

    Designing storage for performance is a very esoteric effort by nature. There are quite a few variables that need to be taken into account. 

  • How to safely relocate your SAN

    This tip details how to perform a smooth SAN relocation, saving everyone involved a great amount of time and aggravation.