Tips for moving from SQL Server local disk storage to SANs

Implementing storage area networks in your SQL Server environment can make your locally attached storage system seem primitive. Moving to SANs means understanding concepts of multiple fabrics, advanced redundancy and storage multipathing, including that for clustered databases. In this tip, SQL Server expert Brent Ozar tells you what a SQL Server DBA needs to know about SANs – without the intimidation factor.

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