- August 26, 2010
Open source storage startup Gluster turns its clustered NAS offering into a virtual appliance. Takes the approach that NAS is better way to store virtual machine images.
- August 20, 2010
IT administrators must acknowledge the importance of mobile devices as business tools and develop mobile device management policies to support and restrict their use.
- July 29, 2010
IBM completes long-rumored acquisition of Storwize, continuing the trend of major vendors adding primary data reduction technology to their storage platforms.
- July 22, 2010
EMC sees signs of an IT spending recovery, albeit a "choppy" one; promises new lower-end midtier storage array platform and management features previewed in May
- July 15, 2010
Nimble Storage puts iSCSI storage for primary data and snapshot data protection for backup and disaster recovery in one system that uses SSDs and SATA disk for storage tiers.
February 06, 2015
Sponsored by NetApp - NetApp Chief Technology Officer Jay Kidd recently made some interesting forecasts for 2015. Among them was a prediction regarding the use of flash storage in the data center. According to Kidd, the future of all-flash arrays is not all flash.
February 06, 2015
Sponsored by NetApp - NetApp’s new E-Series storage systems use flash technology to deliver industry-leading performance for enterprise applications. Specifically, the EF560 posted the top price-performance result for all-flash storage systems with an average response time of less than 1 millisecond based on the Storage Performance Council’s SPC-1 benchmark.
February 06, 2015
Sponsored by NetApp - There’s no shortage of all-flash array (AFA) storage vendors vying for attention this year. Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Solid-State Arrays catalogs 12 vendors currently offering AFAs, and there are at least another dozen AFA vendors flying under Gartner’s radar. All told, if you are considering an all-flash array, you have well over 50 different models to choose from.
December 24, 2014
Sponsored by NetApp - Data marts built on database systems such as Microsoft SQL Server fuel much of today’s modern analytics. Slicing and dicing growing bodies of data allows custom reports to be generated for internal decision makers. Beyond internal uses, however, such reporting can also serve as a revenue source for companies that can deliver fast and reliable data services in response to market needs.
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- June 08, 2010
RainStor releases Version 4 of its OEM structured data archiving product. Adds record-level management and deletion, expiry and legal hold capabilities; increased data ingestion and retrieval performance; and IBM AIX and Microsoft Windows x86 ...
- June 07, 2010
Permabit releases Albireo High Performance Data Optimization Software that will let storage vendors embed data deduplication for primary data reduction; Ocarina Networks and Storwize are also competing for OEM deals for primary data dedupe.
- June 03, 2010
Panzura launches device to reduce latency and accelerate the performance of cloud storage; Rackspace sells Nasuni Filer for cloud storage software service; Voltaire and Platform Computing combine for cloud computing environments; and more data ...
- May 28, 2010
SGI expands ICE Cube modular data center platform; Tandberg adds LTO-5 tape; SteelEye extends data replication; Nasuni adds reporting tool for cloud storage.
- May 27, 2010
Gluster CEO Ben Golub talks open source clustered NAS storage and said Gluster will succeed where Sun failed in bringing open source storage to the mainstream.