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  • March 12, 2009 12 Mar'09

    IT budget planning turns to virtualization, deduplication

    Storage managers faced with hiring freezes, limited funding and growing capacity turn to virtualization and deduplication as part of their overall cost-saving strategy.

  • March 11, 2009 11 Mar'09

    Sun flashes new NAND module

    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 10 Mar'09

    Isilon expands with transactional and archive systems

    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 09 Mar'09

    Cloud forms slowly over data center

    A survey of data center managers finds they haven't yet warmed up to cloud computing. Will the economy change that?

  • March 05, 2009 05 Mar'09

    Venture capitalist talks storage, economy and the cloud

    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.

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    • September 11, 2014 11 Sep'14

      Cloud Storage 101: How to Build a Self-Service Catalog

      A key milestone for most cloud deployments is the deployment of self-service access to cloud resources. For cloud administrators, the goal is to automate infrastructure management in order to accelerate provisioning, improve efficiency and simplify operations. For developers and end users, the goal is to remove barriers to access and make the underlying infrastructure all but invisible.

    • 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.

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  • February 26, 2009 26 Feb'09

    FalconStor enhances VMware backups

    FalconStor rolls out an accelerator for VMware backups; Virtual Instruments unveils I/O optimization software for VMware; VirtenSys shows off I/O virtualization switch.

  • February 24, 2009 24 Feb'09

    Iron Mountain opens file archiving service

    With Virtual File Store, Iron Mountain offers customers the option of sending inactive archive data to the vendor's cloud.

  • February 19, 2009 19 Feb'09

    Kazeon bolsters e-discovery analysis and review functionality

    Kazeon adds e-discovery analysis and review, IBM rolls out SMB storage system, NeEx ships HyperIP for VMware.

  • February 18, 2009 18 Feb'09

    Sun jumbles key management picture

    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 12 Feb'09

    Arizona city turns to startup Tarmin for archiving

    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.

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