Tips for moving from SQL Server local disk storage to SANs

Tuesday May 20th 2008 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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SANs are definitely complicated and expensive relative to local disk storage for SQL Server, but there are only a few things database administrators really need to know to get started.

[From Search SQL Server]

Database administrators upgrading from locally attached drives to a fancy storage area network (SAN) can get intimidated by the new technology. Database administrators upgrading from locally attached drives to a fancy storage area network (SAN) can get intimidated by the new technology. SANs are definitely complicated and expensive relative to local disk storage for SQL Server, but there are only a few things database administrators really need to know to get started.

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