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Tag Archives: resilient
In the IT world a panic is most often related to a operating systems kernel to run out of resources or some unknown state where it cannot recover...
Ever since the dawn of time the storage administrators have been indoctrinated with redundancy. You have to have everything at least twice in order to maintain uptime and...
Sigh….. yet another post to debunk some FCoE marketing and explain in some more details why FCoE is not good for Business Continuity (or business in general)....
So this morning I uploaded my proposal to T11 (13-348v0) in order to get the ball rolling to get it adopted in the FC-LS-3 standard. (That would be [..]
Fibre-Channel is still the predominant transport protocol for storage related data transmission. And rightfully so. Over the past +-two decades it has proven to be very efficient and [..]
I browsed through some of the great TechField Day videos and came across the discussion “What is an Ethernet Fabric?” which covered the topic of Brocade’s version of [..]
In the previous 2 blog-posts we looked at some areas why a fibre-channel fabric still might have problems even with all redundancy options available and MPIO checking for...
So what is the problem with storage networking these days? some of you might argue that it’s the best thing since sliced bread and it’s the most stable [..]