ramkumar

SAN Vs NAS

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Hello!

Very interesting topic!

The difference between a NAS and a SAN is that NAS appears to the client OS as a file server whereas a disk available through a SAN still appears to the client OS as a disk, visible in disk and volume management utilities, and available to be formatted with a file system and mounted.

Despite their differences, SAN and NAS are not mutually exclusive, and may be combined as a SAN-NAS hybrid, offering both file-level protocols (NAS) and block-level protocols (SAN) from the same system.

Read in Detail: https://www.softnas.com/

Edited by jackpspencer

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