Scaling OwnCloud with Red Hat Storage

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Deploying a replicated NAS solution using Red Hat Storage Server 2.0

Before I begin, I’d like to thank Gavin Spurgeon for his assistance in verifying my work and assisting in my understanding of the technologies used here. Up until recently this technology was a new topic for me. Thanks Gav.

All customers who have any sized infrastructure, be it large or small, will require a storage solution of some form. The solution of choice will always be subject to finding the right solution for the job. This could be a standard file server for small customers, a NAS (Network Attached Storage) or in the case of medium to large sized infrastructures, even a Fibre Channel or iSCSI SAN (Storage Area Network).

This article will focus specifically on NAS type solutions, however will reference in comparison to file servers and SAN solutions in parts.
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