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SANboost: automated SAN-level caching in storage area networks

I. Ari, M. Gottwals, D. Henze
International Conference on Autonomic Computing, 2004. Proceedings.  
SANBoost automates hot data detection and migration processes in block-level storage.  ...  In the case of non-uniform I/O rates and sensitivity to storage response times between differing applications in a Storage Area Network (SAN), undesirable cache interference between LUs can result in unacceptable  ...  Acknowledgements Many thanks to John Bates, Scott Marovich, Rich Elder in HP, and Ethan Miller in UC Santa Cruz for their comments on the design of the SANBoost system and the earlier drafts of this paper  ... 
doi:10.1109/icac.2004.1301360 fatcat:evepamqg4jgupnvjcuiqt4y4hy

An Efficient SAN-Level Caching Method Based on Chunk-Aging

Yang Wang, Wei Xue, Yifeng Luo, Jiwu Shu
2007 2007 International Conference on Networking, Architecture, and Storage (NAS 2007)  
SAN-level caching. We envision back-end storage composed of large data chunks (the chunk size can range from 128 kilobytes to several megabytes).  ...  However, two problems may be encountered in the existing SAN-level caching methods: first, too many migrations from disks to cache resulting from cache thrashing; second, too few cache hits resulting from  ...  for disk arrays," Ismail Ari, Melanie Gottwals and Dick Henze, "SANBoost: Automated SAN-Level Caching in Storage Area Networks," Proceedings of the13th IEEE International Conference on Autonomic Computing  ... 
doi:10.1109/nas.2007.11 dblp:conf/nas/ShuWXL07 fatcat:rtot7xsy4ndoxk4sqvmcczxw34

Autonomic Computing

Hausi A. Muller, William O'Brien, Mark H. Klein, William Wood
It also makes connections between autonomic computing and current work in several initiatives at the Software Engineering Institute.  ...  "SANBoost: Automated SAN-Level Caching in Storage Area Network," 164-171. Proceedings of the IEEE First International Conference on Autonomic Computing (ICAC 2004). New York, NY, May 17-18, 2004.  ...  In previous acquisitions of such warfighting platforms, each system had its own computing platforms, which were connected point to point or with low-bandwidth local area networks (LANs).  ... 
doi:10.1184/r1/6572069 fatcat:o2hgdszrrjbwdnat56jnm7cr7e