Issue OverviewStorage magazine - Vol. 10 Num. 5 July 2011
In the July 2011 cover story of Storage magazine, Jacob Gsoedl examines the current problems associated with virtual server backup and highlights the latest apps and features that help in putting an end to those challenges. Access >>>
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Backing up virtual servers: Traditional apps and new tools
by Jacob Gsoedl
Most IT shops rely on traditional backup apps with their server clients to back up virtual servers, but that tactic has limitations. There are alternatives for VM backup.
Solid-state storage showing up in more shops
by Rich Castagna
It costs a lot and still has limited capacities, but solid-state storage use continues to grow. Our survey shows where storage shops are using the technology.
- Backing up virtual servers: Traditional apps and new tools by Jacob Gsoedl
10 quick and easy ways to boost storage performance
by Stephen Foskett
Don't let capacity concerns or virtualized servers bog down the performance of your storage systems. Here are 10 ways to pump up the performance of your storage arrays and networks
Build a private storage cloud
by Phil Goodwin, Contributor
Private storage clouds might seem like a rehash of old technology, but there are major potential benefits once you cut through the hype. Here's what you need to know to get started
- 10 quick and easy ways to boost storage performance by Stephen Foskett
Get ready for the storage revolution
by Rich Castagna
Data storage vendors may want you to think it's all about hardware, but when the storage revolution comes, that won't be the main story.
Move over cloud, big data is here
by Jeff Boles, Contributor
With all the talk about cloud and big data, it’s hard to tell which comes first; but it just might be a cloud foundation that enables big data applications.
Is traditional backup past its prime?
by Tony Asaro, Contributor
We’ve been backing up our data the same way for decades, but proliferating applications and massive amounts of data are forcing a change.
How will tape factor into your cloud?
by Terri McClure, Contributor
Disk and tape-based technologies can and should be used in concert to meet the spectrum of data protection requirements.
- Get ready for the storage revolution by Rich Castagna
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