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Published By: Gluster     Published Date: Mar 17, 2011
Free yourself from the constraints of costly, hard to manage, monolithic storage environments.
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Gluster
Published By: HP     Published Date: Aug 03, 2009
The usual cure for exploding file volumes is to add more general purpose file servers. That strategy eventually leads to server sprawl, which brings with it more management complexity, stranded disk capacity, wildly differing storage utilization rates and slower file access. Network-attached storage (NAS) appliances can add file serving capacity that's more easily managed, shareable, more scalable and more efficient than a sprawl of general purpose servers. Read this online article to learn about three basic considerations that can help simplify your NAS buying decision.
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nas, network-attached storage, servers
    
HP
Published By: Sanbolic     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
NAS solutions built using the Windows Storage Server 2003 on standard Intel platforms provide a very cost effective solution to file serving. Servers built on this platform can export file services using CIFS, NFS, and other protocols, which provides a convenient platform to consolidate files.
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network attached storage, network-attached storage, scalability, scalable storage, flexible storage, windows, windows server, nas appliance
    
Sanbolic
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