SAN Storage Area Network is the name given to high-speed network storage devices. Here, the storage devices are used in direct connection with the servers.
Provides block-level storage. SAN devices are directly accessible by applications (virtualization, etc.) running on all servers in the network.
Many SAN devices use fiber optic cabling technology or other network protocols (iSCSI / Fiber etc.) to be accessed from longer distances.
Support for Raid 0, 1, 10, 5, 6, 50, 60
Active Directory Integration
NFS, ISCSI, CIFS, SMB Support
Web Based Management
Software upgrade / update feature
Automated E-mail reports
Automated daily processes
Operating System / Virtualization
Windows Server 2012 R2 (64bit)
Windows SBS 2016 (64bit)
Redhat Enterprise Linux Server (32bit / 64bit)
Suse Enterprise Linux Server (32bit / 64bit)
UbuntuServer (32bit / 64bit)
Citrix Xen Server
Linux Kernel Virtual Machine
Redundant, hot-swappable disk drives, power supplies and fans
64GB ECC DDR4 memory support
SSD / M2 support
CE ROHS certificates