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The editors did some of the high-level scanning through our compendium of hundreds of discussion forum posts. What we found were several interesting insights from storage pros and integrators on ways to approach database issues with storage design. There's room for debate in here, too, as some of the site's most frequent (and ardent) forum contributors sharpen their wits with counterparts while sharing their own database storage war stories.
We hope you find this quick guide useful for your own background. If you have other of your own experiences to share on any of these topics, why not throw your virtual hat into the ring and join the discussion? Any of our registered members are free to post to our forums, once they pick their own unique (and anonymous!) "handle."
Read 6 forum posts on the future of e-mail databases on NAS. (Be careful with these since they are from mid-year 2002, and Microsoft's storage support strategy has evolved much since then. Still, there's good, valuable information in here that's worth perusing.)
What types of database automation did 75 companies want? Find out from this Discussion Day contributor from Invio, Chris Hyrne. (This post might help you in shopping for storage purchases related to your database needs.)
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