Last Updated on 31 May 2008, Company: LeftHand Networks
The LeftHand Virtual SAN Appliance (VSA) creates a virtual storage node, including disk drives, cache, processors, and controllers, using resources that already exist inside your virtual servers. These nodes can be clustered together to transform your existing server storage capacity into a virtual storage system, which you can then manage as a single iSCSI SAN.
Created for remote and branch offices, virtual storage systems can extend any LeftHand SAN to geographically dispersed locations. Small to medium businesses also benefit from this affordable solution that delivers the high availability and rapid ROI that they require.