- June 24, 2014
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.
- June 18, 2014
SwiftStack's newest version adds integration with LDAP and Active Directory for authenticated access, and other OpenStack Swift updates.
- June 10, 2014
Is it possible to use larger capacity hard drives, yet make them more reliable and decrease rebuild times? Panasas says it is.
- May 29, 2014
IBM says it will stop selling NetApp FAS arrays as the IBM N Series to concentrate on its own branded systems; keeps OEM deal for NetApp E Series.
- May 19, 2014
All signs point to increased momentum for OpenStack Swift and Cinder storage at the semiannual summit.
September 11, 2014
Sponsored by NetApp - 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
Sponsored by NetApp - 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
Sponsored by NetApp - 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
Sponsored by NetApp - 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.
- September 11, 2014 11 Sep'14
- May 16, 2014
Analyst Greg Schulz explains ViPR 2.0 in easy-to-understand terms, and without getting caught up in unclear definitions of software-defined storage.
- May 14, 2014
Caringo makes its object storage faster and more scalable, and gives it a new name to avoid its association with content-addressed storage.
- May 07, 2014
EMC's four CEOs discuss how they work together and apart in a changing IT world.
- May 07, 2014
Taneja Group senior analyst Mike Matchett discusses EMC's Hadoop Distributed File System offerings, including ViPR 2.0 and Elastic Cloud Storage.
- May 06, 2014
Red Hat's Inktank acquisition draws praise, but it's unclear when the open source software vendor will become a major player in enterprise storage.