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But in a storage network, even a single application might be pathing all over the place--running over multiple HBAs and switches, being shunted about for load balancing, or following automatic failover paths.
It's a promising field for sophisticated storage customers: Gartner Dataquest has predicted that path management will grow to $7 billion by 2003, since it incorporates some pretty necessary SAN requirements such as updating topologies, managing data communication and speed, checking pathway health, and automating virtual and self-healing pathing.