Network Storage Architectures That Overcome DAS Limitations

The Internet makes it clearly evident that we live in the Information Age, where data access is paramount to the success of an organization. It has become obvious to many that the most valued asset in their entire IT infrastructure is their data. The efficiencies of conducting automated business functions depend on having data stored and providing access to it. In some cases, an organization's data was collected over decades, and it represents unrecoverable business intelligence that cannot be replaced.

One-to-Many Relationships with DAS

The primary problem with DAS storage is that there are single points of failure, which can block access to data. Bus topologies for data access have ...

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