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File Area Networking - SD Chicago 2007

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Do you ever feel like your file infrastructure owns you, and not the other way around? Most users do.

File management has reached a tipping point in complexity, both in the range of technologies available and approaches to managing unstructured content. However, the positive result has been an industry-wide initiative to reduce the chaos and frame a file-area network (FAN) reference architecture to simplify the issue for end users.

Industry analyst Brad O'Neill, who originally proposed and articulated the FAN reference architecture, explains what a FAN is (and is not), why it matters, approaches to building file networks and who users should be looking at in the vendor community to provide FAN solutions. Download this presentation to learn more.

Author

Brad O?Neill Senior Analyst, Taneja Group Inc.
Vendor:
Storage Decisions sponsored by Plasmon
Posted:
14 May 2007
Published
14 May 2007
Format:
PDF
Length:
11  Page(s)
Type:
Presentation
Language:
English

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