A new storage for VDI, the 7310 Unified Storage System
By MrDGrobler on May 28, 2009
Sun has just announced a new storage system, the 7310. The big thing about it is: It provides basically the same functionality as the 7410 including High Availability through clustering, but at a lower entry price. This system is ideal to start small and grow later for dedicated VDI deployments.
It starts with 6 TB and can grow to 96TB in up to four storage extensions. It is perfectly made for hosting VM images through NFS or iSCSI with a big read/write caches in the middle. But of course it can also be used as a file server in a Windows environment. As said, ideal for VDI.