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San Storage

Storage Area Network or more commonly known as SAN storage is a local network of multiple devices that operate on disk blocks. This data storage technique is proving quite handy for enterprise organizations. It is typically composed of hosts, switches, storage elements, and storage devices that are interconnected using a variety of technologies, topologies, and protocols. SANs are also spanned over numerous sites. SANs are preferred because they improve application availability, enhance application performance and increase storage utilization and effectiveness. Silicon Networks engineers take pride in providing the best implementation of SAN devices. The major benefits of SANs are

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Scalability

SAN is widely renowned for its scalability. SAN scalability means that you don't have the limit of a handful of disks that you can attach to a system. SANs can grow to hundreds of disks in size, whereas your server has a physical limit of about a dozen.

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Performance

The performance SAN provides is unhindered because the data transmitted to and from a SAN is on its own private network partitioned off from user traffic, backup traffic and other SAN traffic. Hence its performance isn’t affected by local disk throughput bottlenecks or Ethernet traffic.

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Data isolation

The data visibility scheme is extremely secure in SAN servers. The possibility of your data being copied or stolen so extremely low as even the SAN admins cant view your data. SAN store data in different zones on the same SAN which prevents overlapping. For example, both Windows and UNIX servers can connect to the same SAN but still can access each other’s data.

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Uptime

The data visibility scheme is extremely secure in SAN servers. The possibility of your data being copied or stolen so extremely low as even the SAN admins cant view your data. SAN store data in different zones on the same SAN which prevents overlapping. For example, both Windows and UNIX servers can connect to the same SAN but still can access each other’s data.

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Workload Station

SANs implement zones for different entities on the system. This ensures high performance as workload of other system is separated from your system. It provides a barrier of other workloads from affecting the performance of your system and also keeping your data secure and protected.

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Long Distance Connectivity

SAN provides long range connectivity over the distance at 10km (about 6 miles). This enables many companies to distance their storage units far away using fiber channel technology or other network protocols. That makes it more feasible for companies to keep their backup data in remote locations.

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