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Why Cloud Storage Use Could Be Limited in Enterprises

Bandwidth and data integrity issues could limit enterprise use of external storage clouds.
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Intel Wants Servers to Have Open FCoE Inside

As part of Open-FCoE, Intel is leading an effort to make FCoE native to Linux and is literally giving away its code to accomplish that.
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Introduction to iSCSI

iSCSI is one of the hottest topics in Storage because it allows you to create centralized SANs using TCP networks rather than Fibre Channel (FC) networks. Get a handle on the main iSCSI concepts and terminology.
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Symantec Releases Linux Version of Backup Exec System Recovery

Symantec Corp. released a new version of its bare-metal restore software that adds support for Linux servers and tightens integration for centralized management of server backups.

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Helping Out SSDs

The last article talked about the anatomy of SSDs and the origins of some of the their characteristics. In this article, we break down tuning storage and file systems for SSDs with an eye toward improving performance and helping overcome some of the platform's limitations.
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