Spotlight on SAN/NAS convergence

Managing a storage network that only encompasses direct attached or network attached storage is complicated enough. Add to the equation a network that combines NAS and SAN, and you're probably wishing you never heard the word convergence. The good news is that you're in a position to reap the benefits of this sophisticated environment, including combining block- and file-based data on the same array. But the road to convergence does have its challenges. Here are some helpful resources to make the process more smooth.

SANs and NAS: How they work together

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