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Direct Attached Storage DAS Whitepapers and Ebooks

DAS has always been the backbone of server storage, and the initial file sharing storage environment developed by the industry. A DAS configuration consists of ‘N’ drives connected inside your server, typically to a SCSI controller. In fact, the hard drive inside your PC or laptop is DAS. DAS is reliable, inexpensive, high performing, and the simplest form of storage. On a server level, a server with sufficient DAS storage can run a network sharing protocol (NFS or CIFS) and a DAS based server can also be a file server. On the downside, a DAS storage tends to create storage silos, where it can become common to have uneven allocations of storage across servers.

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