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Published on: March 30, 2012
Type of content: EGUIDE
Length: 5 pages
Thin provisioning storage is the ability to define a LUN or volume of a certain size on a SAN storage array and make it appear larger than it is to the server to which it is allocated. You can think of it as a disk storage line of credit for servers.
So what are the benefits? The downsides?
This expert E-Guide provides an overview of storage thin provisioning, and explores this technology's benefits and potential downsides. Read now to learn more.