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Storage Network Performance -- The Weakest Link

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People often point to performance as a major benefit of a Storage Network infrastructure. But performance means many things to many people in the IT world.

This presentation identifies just what aspects of performance are or are not critical to the successful deployment of these storage network technologies. Find out what is and is not important as a focus item and discover the systems, the networks and the storage involved in levying information flow requirements.

Explore this presentation to learn more about topics, such as:

  • Interrupts & Offload Engines
  • Parallel to Serial and Back Again
  • Bit Rate, Bandwidth, Latency & Throughput
  • SAS Multiplexing
  • HDD, SSD and the Super Cache
  • Circuit vs. Fame Switching
  • Load Balancing vs. Load Sharing
  • Single vs. Multi-Lane

Author

Howard Goldstein President & Founder, Howard Goldstein Associates, Inc. (HGAI)
Vendor:
Storage Decisions
Posted:
01 Jun 2009
Published:
01 Jun 2009
Format:
PDF
Length:
24  Page(s)
Type:
Presentation
Language:
English

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