Standard Operating Environment
Abbreviated as SOE, Standard Operating Environment is a specification for a using a standard architecture and applications within an organization. There is no industry-wide SOE standardization, however organizations would usually deploy standard disks, operating systems, computer hardware (with the same configurations), and standard applications and software throughout their own organization.
- Start of Authority
Abbreviated SOA, a type of resource record that is used by the Domain Name System (DNS). Every domain name has an SOA record in its database that indicates basic properties of the domain and the zone that the domain is in. The SOA record contains: The host name for the primary name server for the […]
- Storage Bay Bridge
Storage Bridge Bay (SBB) is a specification that defines mechanical, electrical and low-level enclosure management requirements for an enclosure controller slot that will support a variety of storage controllers from a variety of independent hardware vendors and system vendors. Any storage controller design based on the SBB specification will be able to fit, connect, and […]
- Storage Logical Partition
Storage Logical Partition (SLPR) defines the assignment of one or more Cache Logical Partitions (CLPRs) and the assignment of one or more target physical ports for the Cache Logical Partitions (CLPRs) to use. [Source: Sun StorEdge White Paper]
- Storage Resource Management
Storage Resource Management (SRM) refers to software that manages storage from a capacity, utilization, policy and event-management perspective. This includes bill-back, monitoring, reporting and analytic capabilities that allow you to drill down for performance and availability. Key elements of SRM include asset management, charge back, capacity management, configuration management, data and media migration, event management, […]
- Storage Service Provider (SSP)
A storage service provider (SSP) is a company that provides computer storage space and related management services. Storage service providers also offer periodic backup, archiving and the ability to consolidate data from multiple company locations so that data can be effectively shared.