learning about SAN's what are good resources info etc

Posted on 2005-05-12
Last Modified: 2013-11-15

My company is ready to move to a SAN. Can anyone reccommend a good, unbiased resource, web pages, forums to discuss SANs, how to use a SAN correctly etc etc etc
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    leew posted this one the other day and it looks like a pretty good overview:

    You can also take a look at (storage Network Industry Association)

    It will also pay you to look at the various SAN vendors sites.

    Finally, take a look at this document:

    Its excellent. Whilst it contains quite a bit that is EMC specific, there is a lot about performance tuning that applies to any storage from a single disc in a server to a full-blown SAN.

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    cheers meyersd. good info, yeah leew is very knowledgeable isnt he

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