NAS (Network Attached Storage)

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Introduction to NAS

An "NAS" (Network Attached Storage) is a network storage device. An NAS is a separate storage server that can be easily attached to a company's network in order to serve the file server and provide fault-tolerant storage space.

Presentation of an NAS

An NAS is a separate server that has its own operating system.

It generally has its own file system that hosts the operating system, as well as a series of independent disks that are used to host the data that is to be saved.

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