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  • July 16, 2014 16 Jul'14

    Red Hat's Inktank Ceph storage adds erasure coding, tiering

    Red Hat's first Ceph upgrade since its Inktank acquisition adds erasure coding, cache tiering and management updates.

  • July 10, 2014 10 Jul'14

    Lab adds DDN storage to keep up with supercomputer

    DDN's high-performance computing storage systems provide Department of Energy lab with 75 GBps read/write operations and eliminates bottlenecks.

  • July 08, 2014 08 Jul'14

    EMC upgrades Isilon NAS for file storage, Hadoop analytics

    EMC spins out two new Isilon NAS models, including one for Hadoop analytics, and adds flash read cache.

  • July 08, 2014 08 Jul'14

    EMC VMAX array embeds backup, cloud services

    EMC VMAX launch includes three new models, multi-core architecture, embedded data protection and a public cloud tier.

  • July 02, 2014 02 Jul'14

    A lesson in flash caching

    Solid-state storage is proliferating as a replacement for hard disk drives, where it offers a quick shift into the fast lane of storage processing. But flash can also be used with hard disks for a low-cost solution that delivers nearly equivalent ...

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    • September 03, 2014 03 Sep'14

      Real-Time Data Helps Optimize the Customer Experience at Six Flags

      You might not associate an IT data center with people enjoying roller coaster rides and other amusements, but that’s the vision at Six Flags Entertainment Corp. The world’s largest regional theme park company relies heavily on technology to serve 26 million guests across 18 North American properties each year.

    • August 27, 2014 27 Aug'14

      An Insider’s View into the World’s Largest Data Warehouse

      It’s not every day that you set a new world record, but that’s exactly what SAP did recently in conjunction with NetApp and several other partners at the SAP/Intel data center in Santa Clara, Calif. An independent audit documented that more than 12 petabytes (PB) of addressable storage had been created, and after reviewing the test data, the folks at Guinness World Records confirmed that the team had succeeded in creating the world’s largest data warehouse.

    • July 17, 2014 17 Jul'14

      Why Scale-Out Storage Is a Better Approach for Cloud and Enterprise Apps

      There’s a lot happening in enterprise IT these days. New delivery models, such as virtualization, the cloud and software-defined storage are changing the landscape. The rapid emergence of new technologies, such as in-memory databases and flash storage, has many IT organizations rethinking their storage options, especially for business-critical applications that rely on Microsoft and Oracle databases or SAP HANA.

    • July 15, 2014 15 Jul'14

      California State Agency Deploys Shared IT Services on 8 PB Private Cloud

      The California Natural Resources Agency (CNRA) manages natural, historical and cultural resources for the world’s eighth largest economy. However, several years ago its ability to fulfill that mission was in jeopardy. “We were in dire straits,” says CNRA CIO Tim Garza. “There was no funding to support information technology efforts that would enable our business areas to function effectively, let alone improve and innovate.”

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  • July 01, 2014 01 Jul'14

    Scality Ring object storage improves data protection, security

    Scality Ring upgrade includes OpenStack Swift and Cinder support, improved erasure coding for clusters and Kerberos authentication.

  • June 27, 2014 27 Jun'14

    Oracle ZFS Storage appliances support OpenStack Cinder

    Oracle makes it easier for ZFS Storage Appliance customers to provision and orchestrate cloud storage with the addition of OpenStack Cinder drivers.

  • June 26, 2014 26 Jun'14

    RainStor tailors its compression for big data archiving on Hadoop

    RainStor 6 includes Archive Application for Hadoop intended to reduce footprint and speed performance of Hadoop clusters.

  • June 25, 2014 25 Jun'14

    Permabit Technology launches HIOPS Compression for primary storage

    Permabit adds HIOPS Compression to its Albireo data deduplication software, which it says can help storage array vendors hold off innovative startups.

  • June 24, 2014 24 Jun'14

    Dell strikes OEM deal with Nutanix to sell hyper-converged storage

    Dell's OEM deal with Nutanix will result in its selling hyper-converged software on PowerEdge servers. Dell also launched a low-end FC SAN.

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