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  • April 21, 2009 21 Apr'09

    Permabit makes secondary storage its primary goal

    Permabit offers customers a way to move data off expensive tier 1 storage, claiming it can reduce the cost of storage to less than $1 per gigabyte.

  • April 16, 2009 16 Apr'09

    Archiving vendors Iron Mountain, Tarmin sharpen e-discovery focus

    Iron Mountain signs a new email archiving partner that will integrate with Stratify; Tarmin adds data classification and SharePoint archiving to its software.

  • April 15, 2009 15 Apr'09

    Dedupe still mainly for backup, not primary data

    Happy with data deduplication for backup, some storage admins want dedupe everywhere; but it's not a great fit yet for most primary data.

  • April 10, 2009 10 Apr'09

    Energy firm tackles tape backlog with Index Engines

    Dominion Resources Services expects to save millions on outsourcing by deploying tape indexing software to manage 20,000 legacy tapes for litigation requests.

  • April 08, 2009 08 Apr'09

    Selecting an e-discovery software tool

    Learn the criteria storage managers use to choose an e-discovery software tool.

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    • October 10, 2014 10 Oct'14

      Apache CloudStack and Flash Technology Power Massive Private Cloud in Brazil

      For some enterprises, the move from a legacy IT architecture to a private cloud is an option they continue to evaluate. For the University of São Paulo (USP) in Brazil, one of the world’s leading research universities, the deployment of cloud services was not just another option but also a mandatory step for improving IT services and reducing costs.

    • September 24, 2014 24 Sep'14

      National Ignition Facility Accelerates Oracle VMs with Flash and Scale-Out Storage

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    • September 22, 2014 22 Sep'14

      Check Your Mirror: Object Storage May Be Closer than It Appears

      Object-based storage is a form of software-defined storage designed for massive scale, infrastructure flexibility, and extreme efficiency. It has recently been popularized by Web-scale pioneers such as Amazon and Google, each of which faced the challenge of creating multi-petabyte content repositories and managing billions of data objects.

    • 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.

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  • April 01, 2009 01 Apr'09

    Aptare widens SRM net to include VMware, NetApp replication

    With StorageConsole 7.0, Aptare adds storage resource management for replication and virtual servers to its capacity management and backup reporting capabilities.

  • March 20, 2009 20 Mar'09

    Web-based ticket site picks 3PAR

    Tickets.com installed 3PAR storage when implementing a new web-based ticket system, claiming it cost less and was easier to manage than competitors.

  • March 16, 2009 16 Mar'09

    CA makes its SRM more virtualization-friendly

    CA upgrades its storage resource management (SRM) for open systems and mainframes, and gives the distinct applications a common management interface.

  • 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.

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