RAID – The love-hate relationship, but for how long will it last?
Posted by Karim Buzdar on January 25, 2018
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Back in the day, RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) was considered the king of the storage landscape. Businesses paid a lot to receive the much expensive privilege of data protection. In today’s world though, the once-hot breakthrough technology is considered a sin among most storage circles.

Commonly used as a secondary data protection technology, it helps increase the performance and reliability of data storage. On a physical level, it’s a logical configuration of multiple physical drives to provide fault tolerance and data optimization in a system. One can organize data in a RAID array in different levels by balancing data and recovery needs or speed and fault tolerance properties – essentially whatever factors are most critical to the business.


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