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The Enterprise and Open-Source Storage

Jun 27, 2008, 03:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Beth Pariseau)

"Jesse goes on to point out the resiliency and services benefits of shelling out enterprise bucks. His post sparked a conversation between me and an end user I know well whose shops (in the two jobs I've followed him through) are as enterprise as they come. This guy also knows his way around a Symmetrix, and Clariion, and NetApp filers, and when it comes to the secondary disk storage and media servers he's building for his beefy Symantec NetBackup environment… he's going with Sun's Thumper-based open-source storage.

"Obviously it's a little different from cobbling together the raw parts, and Sun offers support on this, so it's kind of apples and oranges compared with what Jesse's talking about. But I've also heard similar withering talk about Sun's open storage in particular, and can only imagine Sun's open-source push is making this topic timely..."

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