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Published on: December 05, 2011
Type of content: EZINE
Length: 43 pages
Object-based storage dispenses with the hierarchical file system, so there are no nested subfolders. Instead, it uses an indexed flatfile structure in which each object is given a unique ID. Each object acts as a container for end users’ files, and indexes are often held in RAM, making them very fast to access.
This issue of IT in Europe includes case studies of how object-based storage products are being implemented in Europe. Also included:
- Managing storage for virtual servers
- Backing up up virtual servers
- Ways to boost storage performance
- VMware: Your new storage vendor?
- And more!
Sponsored by: Dell Compellent, EMC Isilon