Date: Tuesday, July 17, 2012 2:00 PM EDT
Network Attached Storage is a shared storage repository for your file data. Traditional NAS solutions are easy to deploy and provide great benefit, they are designed to support enterprise storage needs, and serve up standards-based services for Windows or Linux. A couple of challenges start to arise as NAS storage becomes more widely used. Traditional NAS systems don't scale beyond fixed limits. Proliferation of NAS systems leads to management challenges. Many organizations also use traditional block-based SAN solutions for transactional systems like databases and email. Having separate block and file storage also adds to management challenges.
During this webcast, we'll explore:
- The evolution of NAS storage
- The options on the market
- The challenges seen with growing data volumes