Author: Mike Micheletti, Product Manager
Now that component vendors Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) are shipping in volume, storage integrators are rolling up their sleeves to begin evaluating this powerful new storage interface. Anxious to harness superior performance, these SAS developers are testing hosts, devices and storage subsystems for compatibility and reliability. Early adopters are impressed to see their legacy SCSI applications running on top of SAS storage volumes without modification. But is SAS robust enough to replace parallel SCSI in mission critical applications?