Hugh Scott

A SAN Primer

Storage is getting cheaper and cheaper, which means that more and more SQL Server servers will be incorporating SAN storage as an architecture moving forward. It seems that most DBAs, however, have never worked with this technology. New author Hugh Scott brings us a primer on this Storage Area Networks for DBAs new to this technology.

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2005-06-22

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