Fibre Channel Whitepapers and Ebooks

Fiber Channel is a technology that enables servers to connect to a centrally managed storage pool.  Prior to Fiber Channel, servers used Locally Attached Storage (internal disk drives), which is difficult to scale, unable to be pooled with other servers, and expensive to add fault tolerance for High Availability.  Fiber Channel development started in 1988, so it is a very mature technology that is in production in over 90% of all data center environments.

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