|By Sandi Mappic||
|December 6, 2013 07:43 PM EST||
Most enterprise databases today run on shared storage volumes (SAN, NAS, etc…) that are accessed over the network or via Fibre Channel connection. The shared storage concept is great for helping to keep storage infrastructure and management costs relatively low but creates cross silo finger pointing when there are performance issues. In this blog post […]
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