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Vol. 3 No. 8 October 2004

Hot technologies for 2005 and beyond

Up and coming The following technologies are heating up, but are not quite ready for enterprise storage shops. Storage magazine editors asked leading industry analysts and storage professionals to identify which emerging technologies hold the most immediate promise for storage managers. Of course, emerging technology is a loosely defined term. We looked at technologies that are early in the adoption cycle, where products are available and a few customers are actually buying them. Typical, however, of early adopters, many buyers shun publicity, not wanting to draw attention to decisions they may later back away from. Emerging technology is risky. The vendors are often startups and the technology isn't battle tested. But if it will solve your storage problem, it could be worth the risk. "We were a little nervous," about buying a storage encryption appliance from Neoscale Systems Inc., admits Kevin Granhold, director of server and desktop services at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center, in Houston. The vendor was small ...

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Features in this issue

  • First Look: Storability's GSM 4.0

    by  Robert L. Scheier

    Storability Software's Global Storage Management software offers improved reporting capabilities and new exposure analysis reports in its latest version.

  • Back Up to the Future

    A magic ball to predict tape failures?

  • Hot technologies for 2005 and beyond

    Storage editors asked industry leaders what new technologies are likely to have the most impact on storage operations. We look at the top five emerging technologies and tell you why they can change how storage gets done in your shop.

Columns in this issue

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  • Tintri VMstore T5000

    Like all of its VM-aware storage systems, Tintri’s first all-flash array -- the Tintri VMstore T5000 -- allows admins to bypass ...

  • SolidFire SF9605

    The high-capacity SolidFire SF9605 uses SolidFire’s Element OS 8 (Oxygen) to deliver new enterprise features such as synchronous ...

  • HPE 3PAR StoreServ 20850

    HPE 3PAR StoreServ 20850 holds 1,024 solid-state drives (SSDs). Hewlett Packard Enterprise claims it can deliver more than three ...

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  • Asigra Cloud Backup Version 13

    Asigra Cloud Backup Version 13 provides an AWS Elastic Block Store Snapshot Manager and the ability to support Docker container ...

  • Veeam Availability Suite v8

    Veeam Availability Suite v8 offers several key backup software components in one package, including Veeam Cloud Connect, Snapshot...

  • Druva inSync 5.5

    Druva inSync 5.5 endpoint backup software stands out with its proactive compliance, cloud app integration, full text search and ...

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