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  • August 13, 2012 13 Aug'12

    Symantec tackles Hadoop storage, 'big data' analytics

    Symantec Corp. seeks to make Apache Hadoop more enterprise friendly by adding a software layer between its Veritas Cluster File System and HDFS.

  • July 17, 2012 17 Jul'12

    Coraid launches ZFS NAS, again

    Two years after scrapping plans for a ZFS NAS appliance because of legal reasons, Coraid licenses ZFS from Oracle for its ZX3000 server.

  • July 13, 2012 13 Jul'12

    Storage Radio: What's new in EMC NetWorker 8

    On our latest Storage Radio podcast, join SearchStorage.com’s Ellen O’Brien and Dave Raffo as they delve into our top news of the week.

  • July 02, 2012 02 Jul'12

    Founder Hitz talks NetApp strategy for clustering, convergence

    NetApp founder and EVP Dave Hitz discusses the NetApp strategy toward hot technologies and the vendor’s plan for battling market leader EMC.

  • June 21, 2012 21 Jun'12

    Storage Radio: The future of Dell cloud storage

    Join senior news director Dave Raffo and assistant editor John Hilliard as they discuss the potential future of a Dell cloud storage strategy.

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    • December 24, 2014 24 Dec'14

      All-Flash Storage Speeds the Delivery of Real Estate Data in Australia

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    • December 24, 2014 24 Dec'14

      Buckle Up! The Top Storage Technology Trends for 2015

      In my 35 years in IT, I have never seen so much simultaneous change in technology. Every part of the IT stack is in transition—end user devices, networks, application design, virtual server software, physical server design, storage systems and even storage media. Some of the trends are well underway and will accelerate in 2015, while others are just starting to emerge. Either way, buckle up! Enterprise IT is in for another wild ride in 2015.

    • December 24, 2014 24 Dec'14

      The NetApp SteelStore Cloud Backup Appliance: A Deep Dive

      According to industry analysts, backup is often the first application that IT organizations move to the cloud. Cloud-based backup is popular for a number of reasons, perhaps most importantly because it frees up IT budgets and resources for more pressing challenges and initiatives. As an added benefit, the built-in scalability of public cloud storage makes cloud-based backups extremely adaptable to changing workloads within enterprise IT environments.

    • December 24, 2014 24 Dec'14

      Cloud Integrated Storage Appliances Reduce the Cost of Backup and Archival Storage

      IT organizations are turning to hybrid cloud solutions to tackle one of their thorniest issues—keeping up with the ever-increasing amount of data that needs to be stored “just in case” but is seldom, if ever, accessed. According to a recent ESG report, backup/archiving ranks as the top use case for cloud storage. This is because the economies of scale achieved by hyperscale cloud providers such as Amazon, Google and Microsoft have created a new storage tier for backup data and digital archives.

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  • June 08, 2012 08 Jun'12

    Storage Radio podcast: HP StoreOnce Catalyst, NetApp Flash Pools

    This week on Storage Radio, we tackle the release of HP StoreOnce Catalyst along with the rest of the week’s news headlines and product announcements.

  • May 18, 2012 18 May'12

    Storage Radio: New Pure Storage all-SSD array; CloudSigma’s SigStore

    Storage Radio: Listen to the week’s storage headlines, including news about Pure Storage’s upgrade of its all-flash storage array, CloudSigma’s launch of SLA-backed cloud service SigStore, and more.

  • May 11, 2012 11 May'12

    Storage Radio: New EMC VMAX, XtremIO bought; Symantec customers riled

    Storage Radio: Listen to this week’s storage headlines, including EMC’s new VMAX 40K, its acquisition of XtremIO and Symantec user backlash.

  • April 06, 2012 06 Apr'12

    Data center upgrade saves ICF International millions

    Professional services firm ICF’s data center upgrade saved nearly $2 million with the help of a public cloud and server virtualization.

  • April 02, 2012 02 Apr'12

    Firms pleased with Red Hat, Gluster as storage investment increases

    Pleased with the Red Hat, Gluster deal, IT shops looking for software-based storage praise their new products.

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