Simple SAN Storage Resource Management in Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 R2

ABSTRACT


Can Storage Area Networks (SANs) be simple to install and use for the small and medium-sized business? Is it possible to provide basic storage resource management functions for administrators to use without having to purchase an expensive management application?
With the new storage management functions included with Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 R2 and the work done by various storage vendors, the goal of achieving a “Simple SAN” has been met, including the use of fibre channel and iSCSI storage technologies. This paper describes the goals and accomplishments of the Simple SAN program including actual deployment steps taken by Demartek to install and use a simple SAN. This paper also describes the use of basic storage resource management functions provided by Windows Server™ 2003 R2 including quota management and storage resource utilization.

This paper is divided into the following sections:
• Management Perspective on Fibre Channel and iSCSI SANs
• Simple SAN
• Installation on one server
• Using Storage Manager for SANs across multiple servers
• Storage Resource Management



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MiniDisc

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The MiniDisc system was designed with the obvious objective of replacing the conventional Compact Cassette tape recorder system. The quick random access of Compact Disc players has become a necessity for music lovers. The high quality of digital sound is now the norm. The future of personal audio, meet the above criteria and more. That’s why a MiniDisc was created which was a revolutionary evolution in the field of digital audio based on an advanced miniature optical disc. The MD offers consumers quick random access, durability and high sound quality of optical media, as well as superb compactness, shock resistant portability, and recordability. In short, the MD format has been created to meet the needs of personal music entertainment in the future. Based on a dazzling array of new technologies, the MiniDisc offers a new lifestyle in personal audio enjoyment. Furthermore, MiniDisc was evolved into the MD Data system and with a data capacity of 140 Mbytes and a very compact size, the MD Data system is expected to become one of the standards for removable data storage systems.



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Parasitic Computing

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“PARASITE” as the word suggests is an entity that resides on another entity exploiting the resources of the latter. The term “PARASITIC COMPUTING” refers to the technique of using the resources of one computer by another computer without the knowledge of the former. Distributed computing networks turn home users’ computers into part of a virtual supercomputer that can perform time-intensive operations. This seminar provides an insight into the details of how parasitic computing uses the computation power of the computers connected to the internet in solving complex mathematical problems. This technique was developed by the scientist at the Notre Dame University, Indiana (USA). According to the scientists, the transmission control protocol (TCP), could be used to solve a piece of a mathematical problem whose answer could then be relayed back to the original user. The implementation is discussed with the NP-Complete problem as example. Unlike hackers who exploit flaws to gain direct access to machines, the Notre Dame computer scientists created a virtual computer by using the fundamental components of distributed computing.



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