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SAN compared to NAS
Network-attached storage (NAS) was designed independently of SAN systems. In both a NAS and SAN, the various computers in a network, such as individual users’ desktop computers and dedicated servers running applications (“application servers”), can share a more centralized collection of storage devices via a network connection such as a local area network (LAN).
Both NAS and SAN have the potential to reduce the amount of excess storage that must be purchased and provisioned as spare space.
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Benefits of Core Data Infrastructure
Sharing storage on SAN simplifies storage administration and adds flexibility since cables and storage devices do not have to be physically moved to shift storage from one server to another.
The ability to allow servers to boot from the SAN itself. This allows for a quick and easy replacement of faulty servers since the SAN can be reconfigured so that a replacement server can use the LUN of the faulty server.
SANs also tend to enable more effective disaster recovery processes. A SAN could span a distant location containing a secondary storage array. This enables storage replication either implemented by disk array controllers, by server software, or by specialized SAN devices. Since IP WANs are often the least costly method of long-distance transport, the Fibre Channel over IP (FCIP) and iSCSI protocols have been developed to allow SAN extension over IP networks. The traditional physical SCSI layer could support only a few meters of distance – not nearly enough to ensure business continuance in a disaster.
The economic consolidation of disk arrays has accelerated the advancement of several features including I/O caching, snapshotting, and volume cloning.