What is RAID? - Networking

What is RAID?

- The core concept of Redundant Array of Independent Disks is two or more drives are combined together for improvement of performance and fault tolerance.

- Improved reliability and large data volumes are offered by combining two or more drives.

- Data spreads across many disks by RAID and operating system treats this array as a single disk.

- Multiple disks are used to provide fault tolerance and improve the overall performance and increase the storage capacity in the system.

- They are frequently used on servers but are necessary for personal computers.
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