Light board Series: Introduction to RAID

A redundant array of independent disks (RAID) is a storage concept that has allowed administrators to make the best use of multiple physical disk drive components in an effort to increase data redundancy and storage performance.  By understanding the differences between the various RAID types, an administrator can architect a storage solution that fits the demands of their network.  In this lightboard presentation, you will learn concepts about how RAID works, what the various types of RAID do, and how they differ from one another.

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Category: Storage
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