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SAN - STORAGE AREA NETWORK - where to start (for beginner)

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This article focuses on basics of SAN which will help you to understand role of SAN in Data Centers and in cloud environment.

SAN (Storage Area Network)

Definition - It is a network which provides faster input output of data with redundancy and also provides space to store data

Advantages -
1. Faster IO ....(Min. 1Gbps - Max 32 Gbps speed)

Note- Gbps (Giga Bit Per Second) it is unit to major speed of SAN infrastructure.

2. Redundancy
3. Security
4. Centralized Management of data
5. Serverless Backup
6. LAN Free Backup
7. Scalability
8. N. number of server connection
9. Heterogeneous data Storage
10. BLOCK Level Access
11. High Availability

Disadvantage -
Costly - compared any other IT technologies this technology is costly


SAN it is heart of data center. For any customer data is very important and SAN meets all requirements of the customer. Without SAN we can not imagine Data center even cloud also.

Now a Days Cloud Technologies are booming in the market, but the …
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How to create Azure Virtual Machine

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Before Creating Azure Virtual Machine, Lets understand few important terms.


Azure Virtual Machine: Virtual machines are based on computer architectures and provide functionality of a physical computer. Their implementations may involve specialized hardware, software, or a combination. Azure Virtual Machines gives you the flexibility of virtualisation for a wide range of computing solutions—development and testing, running applications and extending your datacenter. It is the freedom of open-source software configured the way you need it. It is as if it was another rack in your datacenter, giving you the power to deploy an application in seconds instead of weeks.

Azure Virtual Network: Azure Virtual Network enables many types of Azure resources, such as Azure Virtual Machines (VM), to securely communicate with each other, the internet, and on-premises networks. A virtual network is scoped to a single region; however, multiple virtual networks from different regions…