Network Attached Storage (NAS) systems are designed to provide a storage and data consolidation platform for files that can be shared between heterogeneous clients and servers.
Network Attached storage is a specialized server and operating system that is optimized for fast file access and heterogeneous file sharing with facilities for high availability, rapid recovery, data protection, ease-of-management and data backup and recovery.
NAS devices can have their own, integrated storage or they can share SAN storage. When sharing SAN storage the NAS system provides the facilities for file sharing while leveraging the previously consolidated pool of SAN storage.
NAS is beneficial when there is a need to share files to different servers and desktops and is typically implemented for messaging, development applications, business and regulatory compliance and general file sharing.
With NTS Network Attached Storage (NAS) solutions, all of the users in a LAN can access a common storage pool with access to shared applications, databases, documents and internal resources. With solutions based on Windows Storage Server 2 and the Linux-based options, NTS NAS products offer a variety of hard drive interface choices including SATA, SAS, SCSI and Fibre Channel Disks.
Linux-Based NAS Servers
Linux Based NAS products are designed for heterogeneous Windows, Unix, Mac, and Linux environments. With the different lines of network-attached storage Product Lines, Linux-Based NAS products are ideal for SMB to enterprise implementations.
Windows-Based Storage Server 2003 NAS
Microsoft's Windows Storage Server Platform offers integrated file, print and team collaboration services under an industry standard Windows-based interface. Within this familiar environment, administrators can manage their files effectively. Key features include the Volume Shadow Copy service, clustering capability, and seamless integration into Windows environments.
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