- May 26, 2016
Symbolic IO emerges from stealth, with a claim that its IRIS product can shrink memory-based storage, rehydrate it quickly in RAM and preserve it intact.
- October 13, 2010
EMC Greenplum Data Computing Appliance (DCA) brings vendor to data warehouse appliance market to challenge Oracle Exadata, Netezza TwinFin 12, Teradata 2580.
- November 05, 2009
Brocade SAN gear certified for Oracle bundles; Dot Hill rolls out storage systems with solid state drives (SSDs); CommVault qualifies Permabit's archiving platform.
- April 29, 2009
Oracle Database 11g's SecureFiles running on LSI's Engenio 7900 storage system can compete with file system performance while storing unstructured data objects in a database for better metadata management, the vendors claim.
- April 20, 2009
Oracle's plan to deliver systems "from application to disk" will have it competing with its biggest storage partners, according to industry experts.
- September 23, 2008
EMC tunes Oracle with solid-state drives and a services assessment for Symmetrix customers, while Pillar tweaks Oracle applications for its Axiom storage arrays that will offer automated, granular quality of service on its storage disk arrays.
- October 04, 2007
An NFS client developed by Oracle and NetApp and embedded in version 11g will make life easier for storage administrators managing the database when it's attached to NAS.
- November 15, 2006
Replicating databases for disaster recovery isn't easy, and Microsoft Exchange is no exception.
- September 23, 2005
Exchange server can often be a thorn in a storage admin's side -- a problem they solve with separate e-mail archive databases, which can also address performance issues.
- January 28, 2005
SnapValidator software adds an extra level of checking to avoid data-overwriting for users running Oracle databases on NetApp filers. But it'll cost you.
- December 03, 2003
In an effort to expand its Information Lifecycle Management strategy, EMC has announced plans to OEM database archiving software from startup OuterBay Technologies.
- June 01, 2003
In this article, author and consultant Jim Booth maintains that different database objects may each require their own type of storage to make the database operations run more smoothly. Whether you're dealing with tablespaces, indexes, redo logs or ...
- November 25, 2002
High availability advice: Calculating availability for point-to-point connections and the pros and cons of replicating a database
- April 02, 2002
NetApp rolls out the first storage products to utilize the Direct Access File System (DAFS). Many have demonstrated DAFS technology but NetApp is the first to bring products to the street.
- July 24, 2001
A N.J.-based company has debuted two archiving products that will help users get a grasp of their data.