by OnX Enterprise Solutions
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Published on: October 04, 2012
Type of content: EGUIDE
Length: 9 pages
A unified storage architecture provides file and block storage access in the same device with connections via Fibre Channel and/or iSCSI and CIFS/NFS, depending on the product. Putting the two types of storage access together can cut costs and ease management.
But navigating the marketplace for this technology and deciding on the right approach is often easier said than done.
Check out this expert E-Guide for a deeper understanding of the unified storage landscape and the two primary types of offerings that define it. Plus, get answers to frequently asked questions, including:
- What are the benefits and limitations of unified storage?
- How flexible is a unified storage architecture?
- How easy is it to scale unified storage systems and to add or remove protocols?
- And more