Busting Top 10 Exchange Storage Myths

Many of you’ve heard about changes made in Exchange 2010 that combine to give you the ability to use less expensive storage and deploy large mailboxes. There’ve been many discussions around choices you’ve around Exchange storage, and along the way some interesting questions. To add some clarity to the discussion, Microsoft put together some resources […]

Many of you’ve heard about changes made in Exchange 2010 that combine to give you the ability to use less expensive storage and deploy large mailboxes. There’ve been many discussions around choices you’ve around Exchange storage, and along the way some interesting questions. To add some clarity to the discussion, Microsoft put together some resources to bust some of the most common myths and mis-perceptions: “Myth #2: Exchange 2010 doesn't support storage area networks (SANs). Reality: Exchange 2010 doesn't support network-attached storage (NAS) (maybe the similar spelling confuses people ?), but it does support a large range of storage options including SAN and DAS. Depending on your high availability model, storage can be configured using RAID or RAID-less (JBOD) storage. Different customers will require different solutions based on their requirements, but everyone has the ability to deploy large mailboxes at low cost.”

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