This is a discussion on SN#10785 Sun StorEdge[TM] 3310 SCSI Array Handles the Toughest Environments - SUN ; SYSTEM NEWS FOR SUN USERS Vol 66 Issue 3 2003-08-18 Article 10785 from section "Storage" Optimized for Sun's Low-cost Computing Servers Demanding workplace environments require an easy-to-use, simple-to-manage, highly flexible storage array platform. The versatile Sun StorEdge[TM] 3310 SCSI array ...
SYSTEM NEWS FOR SUN USERS
Vol 66 Issue 3 2003-08-18 Article 10785 from section "Storage"
Optimized for Sun's Low-cost Computing Servers
Demanding workplace environments require an easy-to-use,
simple-to-manage, highly flexible storage array platform. The versatile
Sun StorEdge[TM] 3310 SCSI array is a low-profile, ultra-condensed,
modular storage array designed for the diverse needs of fast-growing
environments. It includes many enterprise-class features and functions
such as remote management service.
Benefits of the Sun StorEdge 3310 SCSI Array
- It handles the toughest, most demanding IT environments: It is
designed to withstand the most demanding and harsh computing
environments and meets full NEBS Level 3 compliance.
- It has a highly adaptable design: Choose from JBOD, single or dual
redundant RAID controller configurations.
- Proactive array monitoring and event notification: Monitor array
health status with Sun[TM] StorEdge Diagnostic Reporter software.
Email and pager alert notification reduces potential downtime by
providing real-time data in the event of a component failure.
The high-density Sun StorEdge 3310 SCSI array provides space efficiency
along with easy, cost-effective expandability. The array is optimized
for the Sun Volume Storage Products and Netra[TM] servers, providing a
complete end-to-end solution from Sun.
Sun StorEdge Configuration Service (SSCS) software is included and
provides intuitive configuration and management of every Sun StorEdge
3310 SCSI array in your environment through an easy to use GUI.
Details at http://sun.systemnews.com/66/3/stora...ex.shtml#10785
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