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IBM System Storage b-type Multiprotocol Routing: An Introduction and Implementation by Jose Rodriguez Ruibal, Shanmuganthan Kumaravel, Jon Tate

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SAN routing introduction
Storage area networks (SANs) are networks that are used primarily for connecting hosts to their primary storage devices, whether they are disk or tape. With SANs, no data loss should occur. Applications and operating systems are designed to expect the best performance and reliability of the SAN storage environment. By design, loss of data or slow performance is generally not tolerated.
With the continued growth of the use of SAN fabrics to provide connection to business-critical storage, pressure has been mounting to provide ...

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