Unified Storage Audiocast.
sponsored by Microsoft
Unified storage (sometimes termed network unified storage or NUS) makes it possible to run and manage files and applications from a single storage device. To accomplish this goal, a unified storage system consolidates file-based and block-based access in a single storage platform and supports Fibre Channel SAN, IP-based SAN (iSCSI), and NAS (network attached storage). This FAQ features industry expert Randy Kerns, who answers a series of important questions about unified storage:
- Learn what unified storage is and why it's important
- Learn about the benefits and drawbacks of unified storage
- Learn about the performance implications of unified storage
- Learn about the future of unified storage.
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