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Review: Compellent Storage Center – Part II

This is a series of posts reviewing the Compellent Storage Center SAN Array.  Previous Posts: Review: Compellent Storage Center – Part I In this post we’ll discuss the logical configuration, connectivity and protocols available on the Compellent Storage Center array, including the way disks are grouped and LUNs are created from the underlying storage. Where’s My LUN? The first thing ... Read More »

Enterprise Computing: Do We Need FAST v1, EMC?

So, here’s my rash statement from Twitter last night: “If FAST isn’t free, I don’t want it!  All it’s doing is automating process I could script/do manually”.  It’s a bold statement, I know, so is FAST really offering something better than what could be achieved today using EMC’s Symmetrix Optimizer? Hot Spots EMC’s Symmetrix architecture (18 years old and counting, ... Read More »