This file server will be of interest to large companies. It is assembled on the basis of a fast Intel Celeron M processor with a frequency of 1.6 GHz, it has support for a reliable file system ZFS, two network ports with aggregation, the ability to stack and connect via USB to a computer. But the most interesting thing is dynamic iSCSI partitioning, which will save space for iSCSI connections.
File server for large companies based on fast Intel processor. This is an American design, so don't be surprised if the model is full of contradictions. On the one hand, it supports Windows AD and iSCSI, as well as the advanced X-RAID2 technology, but on the other hand, it lacks scalability, eSATA and console access. Let's try to figure out what happened in the end?
In the infrastructure of any modern enterprise, a special place should be given to data storage and backup systems. In case of failure, human error or for maintaining archives, but the data must be reliably protected from loss, prying eyes or natural disaster. In this article, we will explain what hardware is used to copy data in different cases.
MSA2000sa disk arrays in a 2U case are designed to form a consolidated storage environment for small and medium-sized enterprises, as well as for organizing disk storage of the second or third level in remote offices and branches of large companies. It is important for administrators to know a number of subtleties of configuring these disk arrays.
Usually, the user trusts his information to a single hard drive and backup. This approach is absolutely inappropriate for enterprises where data loss is equal to business loss. What data storage systems exist today and from what threats can they protect your data and, accordingly, your business?
Modern hard drives are fast, they have huge volumes, they are quite accessible to everyone, but unfortunately, they are still as unreliable as before, as research proves. You can protect your home archive of photos and videos, passwords and programs from HDD failure by setting up a RAID 1 array. We have tested the available RAID controllers to find out which one is the best to trust with data storage.