- March 11, 2009
Sun has a new memory-sized Flash module and additional solid-state support across its product line, with rumblings of an acceleration device to follow.
- March 10, 2009
Isilon is looking to broaden its product line by taking on transactional data as well as archiving alongside its established scale-out NAS platform.
- March 09, 2009
A survey of data center managers finds they haven't yet warmed up to cloud computing. Will the economy change that?
- March 05, 2009
VC says IBM Tivoli and Hewlett-Packard OpenView may come under attack, cloud computing is for real, and the storage industry should expect fewer but larger funding rounds going forward.
- February 26, 2009
FalconStor rolls out an accelerator for VMware backups; Virtual Instruments unveils I/O optimization software for VMware; VirtenSys shows off I/O virtualization switch.
April 10, 2015
Sponsored by NetApp - Enterprise storage systems have evolved through four distinct stages. First, there were monolithic storage arrays. These gave way to modular SAN/NAS systems and distributed storage networks. Next, advanced software techniques led to storage virtualization, with storage volumes abstracted from the underlying physical devices. Finally, in the current era, cloud storage services have emerged that combine virtualization with unprecedented economies of scale.
April 03, 2015
Sponsored by NetApp - Backups are boring—as long as they complete on time. However, you can still find some satisfaction by optimizing your backups to save money, either by automating management tasks or by finding a lower-cost platform to store the backup data.
April 03, 2015
Sponsored by NetApp - Hybrid clouds can increase flexibility and provide access to nearly unlimited compute power. However, concerns about data security continue to inhibit broader adoption. Private storage solutions that provide a direct connection to one or more hyperscale clouds can address security concerns and enable hybrid cloud configurations for important use cases.
April 03, 2015
Sponsored by NetApp - Enterprise IT organizations wage a constant battle against application and data sprawl in an attempt to contain costs. According to many sources, IT infrastructure and operations (I&O) represents 60%-70% of a typical enterprise IT budget—what some refer to as “keeping the lights on.”
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- February 24, 2009
With Virtual File Store, Iron Mountain offers customers the option of sending inactive archive data to the vendor's cloud.
- February 19, 2009
Kazeon adds e-discovery analysis and review, IBM rolls out SMB storage system, NeEx ships HyperIP for VMware.
- February 18, 2009
Vendors with competing standards claim they'll try to hammer out their differences, but analysts say a key management standard for the enterprise is already long overdue.
- February 12, 2009
To get rarely used data off of the primary storage system, the city of Safford, Ariz., picks GridBank archiving software from newcomer Tarmin Technologies over larger and more expensive alternatives from EMC and other big storage vendors.
- February 11, 2009
IBM adds solid-state, SATA and encryption support for the DS8000, as well as new ProtecTier appliances and a "baby" XIV Storage System.
- January 27, 2009
Find out why interest in open-source storage technology could grow now that Sun is promoting its Unified Storage Systems, featuring a substantial amount of open-source software.
- January 21, 2009
Some industry observers believe the scale of storage has outpaced RAID's usefulness as a data protection mechanism.
- January 13, 2009
Supply-chain service provider uses system with thin provisioning and virtual snapshots to quickly grow from gigabytes to terabytes without requiring large up-front purchases.
- January 12, 2009
Fujitsu Computer Systems Corp. adds performance, capacity and 8 gig Fibre Channel (FC) support to its midrange and enterprise Eternus SAN systems, but holds off on solid-state drives (SSDs).
- December 30, 2008
A Canadian telecom deployed deduplication for backup this year, and its data center manager wants more widespread integration of data reduction in 2009.