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  • redundant

    Redundancy can have several meanings, but commonly refers to spare hardware that is kept online or to duplicate data.

  • RAID (redundant array of independent disks)

    A RAID array is a logical structure consisting of multiple RAID disks. These disks work together to improve storage reliability and performance.

  • cache (computing)

    Definition: Learn what cache is and how it’s used to shorten data access times, reduce latency and improve input/output (I/O).

  • host bus adapter (HBA)

    A host bus adapter (HBA) provides physical connectivity and input/output between a server and a network and/or storage device.

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  • redundant

    Redundancy can have several meanings, but commonly refers to spare hardware that is kept online or to duplicate data. 

  • RAID (redundant array of independent disks)

    A RAID array is a logical structure consisting of multiple RAID disks. These disks work together to improve storage reliability and performance. 

  • cache (computing)

    Definition: Learn what cache is and how it’s used to shorten data access times, reduce latency and improve input/output (I/O). 

  • host bus adapter (HBA)

    A host bus adapter (HBA) provides physical connectivity and input/output between a server and a network and/or storage device. 

  • flash memory

    Flash memory is a type of nonvolatile semiconductor memory that is widely used for storage and data transfer in consumer devices and enterprise systems. 

  • file system

    A file system is the method an operating system uses to name files and assign them locations for efficient storage and retrieval. 

  • business impact analysis (BIA)

    A business impact analysis (BIA) identifies and examines the effects of natural or human-caused disasters on critical business functions. 

  • CompactFlash card (CF card)

    A CompactFlash card uses flash memory technology to save data to a mass storage device. Data can then be transferred to various computing devices. 

  • IDE (Integrated Drive Electronics)

    Integrated Drive Electronics (IDE) refers to the integration of the controller and drive. 

  • disk striping

    Disk striping divides data into blocks and spreads the blocks across hard disks or solid-state drives to accelerate read and write access. 

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  • Disaster Recovery Planning Podcasts

    Setting up a good DR plan is not easy and can be a big drain on resources, time and money. Since setting up a plan is generally perceived as a preventative measure, with little inherent business associated with the process, it can be overlooked by ma... 

  • redundant

    Redundancy can have several meanings, but commonly refers to spare hardware that is kept online or to duplicate data. 

  • RAID (redundant array of independent disks)

    A RAID array is a logical structure consisting of multiple RAID disks. These disks work together to improve storage reliability and performance. 

  • cache (computing)

    Definition: Learn what cache is and how it’s used to shorten data access times, reduce latency and improve input/output (I/O). 

  • host bus adapter (HBA)

    A host bus adapter (HBA) provides physical connectivity and input/output between a server and a network and/or storage device. 

  • flash memory

    Flash memory is a type of nonvolatile semiconductor memory that is widely used for storage and data transfer in consumer devices and enterprise systems. 

  • file system

    A file system is the method an operating system uses to name files and assign them locations for efficient storage and retrieval. 

  • business impact analysis (BIA)

    A business impact analysis (BIA) identifies and examines the effects of natural or human-caused disasters on critical business functions. 

  • CompactFlash card (CF card)

    A CompactFlash card uses flash memory technology to save data to a mass storage device. Data can then be transferred to various computing devices. 

  • IDE (Integrated Drive Electronics)

    Integrated Drive Electronics (IDE) refers to the integration of the controller and drive. 

  • disk striping

    Disk striping divides data into blocks and spreads the blocks across hard disks or solid-state drives to accelerate read and write access. 

  • See more All on Storage Resources