Tuesday, 28 January 2014

SAN vs NAS - What Is the Difference?


Question: SAN vs NAS - What Is the Difference?
 
Answer:
 A NAS is a single storage device that operate on data files, while a SAN is a local network of multiple devices that operate on disk blocks.

 SAN vs NAS Technology:
 A SAN commonly utilizes Fibre Channel interconnects.
 A NAS typically makes Ethernet and TCP/IP connections.




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