Mac OS X was majorly deficient in that it lacked a volume manager. This wouldn’t seem like a big deal to the average user, but held back the operating system in so many ways. A volume manager brings storage virtualization to an operating system, allowing storage capacity efficiently to be managed and manipulated. But all this has changed in Mac OS X 10.7 â€œLionâ€ with CoreStorage.
Volume Management: Virtualizing Host Storage
I’ve been feverishly preparing for my upcoming TechTarget seminar series focused on storage virtualization, so I thought it might be interesting to post a few topics from the talk here on the blog. If you’ll be in Washington DC on March 4, or Durham NC on March 6 and are interested in the world of […]