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Written by Cassie McDaniel   
Wednesday, 11 February 2009


What type of storage area network (SAN) devices does the Church use and how big are they?


In computing, a storage area network (SAN) is an architecture to attach remote computer storage devices, such as disk arrays, tape libraries, and optical jukeboxes, to servers in such a way that, to the operating system the devices appear as locally attached. The Church uses a variety of middle-tier SAN devices, including the following:

  • HP EVA with a storage capacity of 67 terabytes.
  • EMC Celerra with a storage capacity of 300 terabytes.
  • NetApp SAN solution with a storage capacity of 16 terabytes.

By disclosing this information, the Church is not endorsing or recommending the solutions we use. We recommend that you perform your own research to discover which product best fits your needs.




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