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iSCSI News

  • March 18, 2015 18 Mar'15

    AMI introduces StorTrends 3600i line of all-flash arrays

    The StorTrends 3600i iSCSI SAN arrays feature a split architecture that writes to enterprise MLC SSDs while maintaining a read tier of consumer-grade MLC drives.

  • February 11, 2015 11 Feb'15

    Nimble CS700

    Nimble Storage adds a higher-capacity model to its iSCSI hybrid arrays, plus an all-flash shelf to bulk up performance.

  • February 11, 2015 11 Feb'15

    Best data storage products 2014: Products of the Year

    A panel of users, analysts, consultants and Storage magazine and SearchStorage editors voted these 19 products the best of 2014.

  • January 27, 2015 27 Jan'15

    X-IO ISE hybrid arrays turn flashier

    The third generation of X-IO ISE self-healing nodes include more flash, VMware integration and storage capabilities such as thin provisioning and quality of service.

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  • For maximum benefits of virtualization, storage management is key

    Server virtualization increases the complexity of storage management and forces administrators to pay even closer attention to issues such as available bandwidth and overprovisioning. Approaching management and provisioning in the same way as in a traditional environment could be an invitation for poor performance, wasted capacity and risky data protection techniques. Each of the major server virtualization vendors takes a slightly different approach to storage management and configuration, which might dictate aspects such as recommended protocols, feature sets and data protection schemes. But in addition to this, storage administrators must be sure to construct storage architectures based on different requirements than what they might architect in a traditional, non-virtualized environment. They need to provide an increased level of performance because virtualization multiplexes data that was once sequential together, making it more difficult to read and write. Providing fault tolerance against hardware failures is also essential to keeping virtual machines (VMs) and their applications up and running. The VM storage also must commonly support either multi-path connectivity or storage replication so that running VMs can be moved between host servers on an as-needed basis with little to no downtime. This e-book will help storage administrators plan for these requirements before architecting storage for their virtual environments. Continue Reading

  • An introduction to iSCSI security for the cloud

    Expert Dejan Lukan looks at iSCSI security, the possible attacks on networks using iSCSI and CHAP security. Continue Reading

  • Using removable disk as a target for remote or small office backup/DR

    Independent backup expert Brien Posey discusses using removable disk for small office backups and suggests some possible alternatives. Continue Reading

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