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Objective

The objective of this project was to use mixed-integer programming (MIP) models to automatically design a minimum-cost storage area network (SAN). We designed this SAN as a possible alternative to the storage system that was used (up until 2007) by the Department of Engineering Science (DES) in the University of Auckland.
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The MIP model is expressed in {link:AMPL|https://www.ampl.com} and solved with the {link:CPLEX solver|https://www.ilog.com/products/cplex/}.

This project is research for the Network Design and Simulation Group https://www.ndsg.net.nz/.

NDSG has received a grant to build a Core-Edge SAN from the University of Auckland School of Engineering's 2007 CAPEX fund.

h2 Current Work

[Description of the current DES storage system | Current DES Storage System]

[Design of an Alternative (Core-Edge) SAN | Core-Edge SAN Design]

[Using BCP to design general SANs - 2007| BCP SAN Design]

[Building the Alternative (Core-Edge) SAN | Core-Edge SAN Implementation]

* [LARTC, DRBD and Multipath Architecture for Core-Edge SAN | DRBD_Multipath]
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'A Mixed-Integer Approach to Core-Edge Design of Storage Area Networks', Cameron Walker, Michael O’Sullivan and Timothy Thompson
~~Computers and Operations Research~~, 34, (10), p2976-3000, 2007

'An improved mixed-integer programming formulation for Core-Edge storage network design', Cameron Walker and Michael O'Sullivan ~~In preparation for submission to Computers and Operations Research~~

'Prototyping the Network Management Cycle', Cameron Walker and Michael O'Sullivan ~~In preparation for submission to MASCOTS 2008~~

'Building high-performance storage networks using commodity components', Cameron Walker and Michael O'Sullivan ~~In preparation for submission~~

-- MichaelOSullivan - 14 Dec 2010

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