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Performance analysis of Internet Protocol Storage Area Network (IP SAN) and its usage in Clustered Database


Akanksha Verma, Shrijee Bhattacharjee, Prashant Baste, Nandan Nagarajappa Mirajkar, Sandeep Bhujbal, Nilesh Deshmukh and Kumud Singh

In current social networking world, organizations are demanding high-speed security for client data such as images, audio video files even huge databases. Also no flexibility to connect and share remote devices and servers reduces the performance of service given by organization. To overcome this issues Storage Area Network (SAN) was introduced which is a dedicated storage network that carries I/O traffic only between servers and storage devices. The paper describes requirement of SAN in real world by implementing a SAN using Openfiler, Based on seven cases SANs performance analysis done with help of Iometer tool and SANs importance in clustered Database.

Keywords: Storage Area Network (SAN), Iometer, Average I/O Response time, Database, Real Application Cluster (RAC).

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Akanksha Verma
She is pursuing M.Tech in Advanced Information Technology with specialization in Networking and Telecommunications from IGNOU – I2IT Centre of Excellence for Advanced Education and Research, Pune, India. She completed B.E Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) from Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (RGVP). Her research interest includes Storage Area Network (SAN) and Networking.

Shrijee Bhattacharjee
She is pursuing M.Tech in Advanced Information Technology with specialization in Software Technologies from IGNOU – I2IT Centre of Excellence for Advanced Education and Research, Pune, India. She completed B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) from North Eastern Hill University (NEHU). Her research interest includes Cloud Computing, Database Management System, Data Mining and Business Intelligence.

Prashant Baste
He is pursuing M.Tech in Advanced Information Technology with specialization in Software Technologies from IGNOU–I2IT Centre of Excellence for Advanced Education and Research, Pune, India. He completed B.E Computer Science and Engineering from University of Pune. His research interests include databases, data mining and cloud computing.

Nandan Nagarajappa Mirajkar
He is pursuing M.Tech in Advanced Information Technology with specialization in Software Technologies from IGNOU – I2IT Centre of Excellence for Advanced Education and Research, Pune, India. He is also Teaching Assistant in Advanced Software and Computing Technologies Department. He completed B.E Electronics and Telecommunications from University of Mumbai. His research interests include Cloud computing, Databases and Networking.

Sandeep Bhujbal
He is Sr. Research Associate in Advanced Software and Computing Technologies Department of IGNOU – I2IT Centre of Excellence for Advanced Education and Research, Pune, India. He completed M.C.S from University of Pune. His research interests include Operating systems, Compiler construction, Programming languages and Cloud computing.

Nilesh Deshmukh
He is Senior Lecturer in Advanced Software and Computing Technologies Department of IGNOU – I2IT Centre of Excellence for Advanced Education and Research, Pune, India. He completed APGP from I2IT and B.E Computer Science from Amravati University. His research interests include Storage Area Network (SAN) and Networking.

Kumud Singh
He is Senior Executive IT Infrastructure Services in IGNOU – I2IT Centre of Excellence for Advanced Education and Research Pune, Maharashtra, India. He completed BCA from GIMT Delhi, India. His key interests are in Virtualization and Network security.


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