White Paper: Simplifying Infrastructure Complexity with Windows Distributed File System

SUMMARY

The goal of most IT groups is to manage file and server resources efficiently while keeping these resources available and secure for users. As networks expand to include more users and physical devices, on site or remote, IT administrators find it increasingly difficult to keep users connected to the files that they need. Distributed File System (DFS) is a strategic storage management solution that gives administrators a more flexible way to centrally manage their distributed resources. With DFS, administrators can create simplified views of folders and files. This is a virtual organization that is named a namespace, and it is not important where those files physically reside on a network.

The "Simplifying Infrastructure Complexity with Windows Distributed File System" white paper introduces the many improvements to DFS in all editions of Windows Server 2003 that help administrators manage their distributed resources.

To view this white paper, visit the following Microsoft Web site:

Topics That Are Included in This White Paper

  • Introduction
  • Is Your Network Storage Maximizing Resources
  • How DFS Simplifies Complexity and Streamlines Network Storage
  • How to Deploy DFS in Your Organization
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Artikel-id: 818702 – senaste granskning 14 feb. 2017 – revision: 1

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