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Storage Virtualization
« on: July 21, 2020, 05:42:47 AM »
What is Storage Virtualization?


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Re: Storage Virtualization
« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2021, 01:19:13 AM »
Storage Virtualization creates a layer of abstraction on top of Available storage resources for the purpose of pooling storage resources across multiple entities(hosts/other storage devices). Typical examples of Storage virtualization are VMware VSAN with pools local disks across the hosts into a Block storage pools, Microsoft Storage spaces does a similar but it provides object storage.


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Re: Storage Virtualization
« Reply #3 on: January 04, 2023, 10:29:39 PM »
Storage virtualization is a technology that allows multiple physical storage devices to be combined into a single logical storage unit. It creates a layer of abstraction between the physical storage and the applications that use it, allowing you to manage and access your storage more easily and efficiently.

There are several benefits to using storage virtualization, including:

1.Improved resource utilization: By combining multiple physical storage devices into a single logical unit, you can make more efficient use of your storage resources.

2.Enhanced data protection: Storage virtualization can provide features such as data replication and snapshotting, which can help protect your data against hardware failures and other types of disasters.

3.Simplified storage management: Virtualized storage can be managed from a single, centralized console, making it easier to monitor and maintain your storage infrastructure.

4.Increased flexibility: With storage virtualization, you can easily allocate storage to applications and users as needed, without the need to purchase additional hardware.