NAS (network attached storage) News
September 27, 2016
Virtual Instruments taps into expertise gained through the Load DynamiX merger to teach its VirtualWisdom analytics products to monitor NAS, along with Fibre Channel SAN arrays.
August 25, 2016
Exablox OneBlox delivers all-flash storage to boost performance in VMware and Hyper-V environments. The newest system helps the vendor expand its reach into primary storage.
August 24, 2016
Caringo released a new SwarmNFS protocol converter that directly integrates with its scale-out object storage and aims to eliminate the need for separate file gateway hardware.
July 29, 2016
It’s no secret that storage sales have been hard to come by over the last year or two. Most of the large vendors experience product revenue decreases or small increases quarter after quarter. But ...
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As NAS technology changes -- with new software features and faster, all-flash NAS hardware -- its use in organizations has evolved into functions for which it was never suited. Continue Reading
Object storage and scale-out NAS are both highly scalable and built to handle large amounts of unstructured data. Which one is best suited for your environment? Continue Reading
While the choice between object storage offerings and NAS systems used to be pretty clear, innovations in the storage user interface are blurring the lines. Continue Reading
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Managing image copies in a virtual environment can put stress on your network-attached storage, but cloning can help get things under control -- if your NAS supports it. Continue Reading
With proper prior planning, it is possible to upgrade existing scale-out network-attached storage without the process having a negative impact on overall performance. Continue Reading
Increasingly, IT administrators are integrating data center-grade storage systems with Hadoop -- ones that come with the required data protection, security and governance built-in. Continue Reading
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