A Quick Announcement About Scalable NAS

A Quick Announcement About NAS

If you, or anyone in your datacenter, is interested in Scalable NAS, this enterprisestorageforum.com article may be of interest. Additionally, if you are interested you can sign up here for a web demonstration of Scalable NAS. Note, the same sign up sheet will allow you to sign up for web demonstrations of PolyServe’s Database Utility for Oracle as well.

Note, clustered storage is really catching on and I think it should be of interest to any forward-looking DBA, Oracle IT Architect, Storage Administrator or Unstructured Data Administrator.

It is possible that NAS will be/should be a part of your Oracle deployement at some point.

 

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