RAID 60 is a type of nested RAID level that combines the block-level stripping feature of RAID level 0 with the dual parity of RAID level 6. It has the same multi-level disk set as of RAID 6, but supports more drives. RAID 60 is also known as RAID 6+0 and dual drive failure protection.
Network attached storage (NAS) is a dedicated server, also referred to as an appliance, used for file storage and sharing. NAS is a hard drive attached to a network, used for storage and accessed through an assigned network address. It acts as a server for file sharing but does not allow other services (like emails or authentication). It allows the addition of more storage space to available networks even when the system is shutdown during maintenance.
NAS is a complete system designed for heavy network systems, which may be processing millions of transactions per minute. NAS provides a widely supported storage system for any organization requiring a reliable network system.
Organizations looking for the best, reliable data storage methods, which can be managed and controlled with their established network systems, often choose network attached storage. NAS allows organizations and home computer networks to store and retrieve data in bulk amounts for an affordable price.
The following three components play an important role in NAS:
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