Tag Archives: SAN

Understanding Software Defined Storage (SDS)

Software defined storage is an evolution of storage technology in cloud era. It is a deployment of storage technology without any dependencies on storage hardware. Software defined storage (SDS) eliminates all traditional aspect of storage such as managing storage policy, security, provisioning, … Continue reading

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Gartner’s verdict on mid-range and enterprise class storage arrays

Previously I wrote an article on how to select a SAN based on your requirement. Let’s learn what Gartner’s verdict on Storage. Gartner scores storage arrays in mid-range and enterprise class storage. Here are details of Gartner score. Mid-Range Storage … Continue reading

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Buying a SAN? How to select a SAN for your business?

A storage area network (SAN) is any high-performance network whose primary purpose is to enable storage devices to communicate with computer systems and with each other. With a SAN, the concept of a single host computer that owns data or … Continue reading

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How to configure SAN replication between IBM Storwize V3700 systems

The Metro Mirror and Global Mirror Copy Services features enable you to set up synchronous and asynchronous replication between two volumes between two separate IBM storage, so that updates are made by an application to one volume in one storage … Continue reading

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Multi-Site Hyper-v Cluster for High Availability and Disaster Recovery

In most of the SMB customer, the nodes of the cluster that reside at their primary data center provide access to the clustered service or application, with failover occurring only between clustered nodes. However for an enterprise customer, failure of … Continue reading

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Replace Common Name (CN) and SAN Certificates with Wild Card Certificate— Step by Step

If you have a Common Name certificate or Subject Alternative Name certificate in Exchange webmail or other website and you would like to change that to wild card certificate to consolidate your certificate uses in wide variety of infrastructure and … Continue reading

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