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  1. A comprehensive guide to designing and implementing Storage Area Networks Storage Area Network Essentials Electronic commerce has made traditional data storage methods obsolete. The need for full-time data access, as well as the sharing of storage and data by multiple applications, has given rise to a completely new data storage paradigm -- the ...

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  2. Storage has never been more critical to your success—and by 2005 it may account for up to 70% of your IT budget. No storage technology offers more promise than SANs. Now's the time to understand them, and this is the book: The Essential Guide to Storage Area Networks.

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  3. [****] Ralph H. Thornburgh, Barry J. Schoenborn, "Storage Area Networks: Designing and Implementing a Mass Storage System," Prentice Hall, September 2000, 314 pages. 2001: The Fibre Channel Industry Association, "Fibre Channel Storage Area Networks," Butterworth-Heinemann, August 2001, 96 pages.

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  5. Storage Area Network Fundamentals presents the benefits of storage area networks (SANs) to corporate users and enables them to deploy SAN technology effectively. Designed as an introduction to SANs, Storage Area Network Fundamentals develops an understanding of SAN basics and shows how to plan, implement, and manage a SAN. This book covers the ...

  6. Apr 18, 2002 · Storage Area Network Fundamentals presents the benefits of storage area networks (SANs) to corporate users and enables them to deploy SAN technology effectively. Designed as an introduction to SANs, Storage Area Network Fundamentals develops an understanding of SAN basics and shows how to plan, implement, and manage a SAN. This book covers the ...

  7. ptgmedia.pearsoncmg.com › images › 0130279595The Storage Area Network

    Figure 1-5 Network Attached Storage (NAS) Network Attached Storage (NAS) lives “in front of the server” (see Figure 1-5). In his book, Designing Storage Area Networks, Tom Clark accurately describes the SAN as being located “behind the server.” That’s an important contrast. The SAN puts storage where I/Os don’t impact the clients.

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