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  • January 15, 2016 15 Jan'16

    Avere launches new FXT Edge filers

    Avere Systems rolled out a new high-end and midrange FXT Edge physical appliances that offer more performance and storage compared to the previous systems that will be replaced. The new 1U ...

  • December 30, 2015 30 Dec'15

    Former NetApp CEO joins Cohesity board, discusses Dell-EMC

    Dan Warmenhoven says Dell-EMC could lead Cisco to make a move, sees Amazon cutting into business from large storage vendors, and Cohesity challenging EMC's Data Domain.

  • October 02, 2015 02 Oct'15

    NAND flash technology faces uncertain future

    Memory channel flash, 3D, NVMe and NVDIMM are among the recent developments in flash storage technology that may soon replace NAND flash.

  • August 05, 2015 05 Aug'15

    Diablo Technologies launches new DDR4 Memory1 module

    Diablo Technologies introduces the all-flash Memory1 DDR4 module, and claims lower-cost, higher-capacity flash can replace expensive DRAM.

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  • Poof! You're also a Linux administrator. Now what?

    Linux has crept into data centers where Windows was once the sole operating system. If you're a budding Linux admin, here's a guide to help get you started. Continue Reading

  • hard error

    A hard error is an issue in RAM that results from a permanent physical flaw in the module caused by a hardware failure or defect. Continue Reading

  • soft error

    A soft error is an issue that causes a temporary condition in RAM that alters stored data in an unintended way. Errors that change data stored in RAM are either soft errors or hard errors, which result from a hardware failure. Continue Reading

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  • What's to gain by adopting all-flash arrays?

    All-flash arrays increase the number of VMs allowed per physical host. This affects the configuration, performance and even spending decisions in a virtualized data center. Powerful all-flash arrays compress data at impressive levels. As a result, admins who put flash into action in a data center can improve storage performance and at the same time increase the number of VMs per physical host.

    This has effects on server selection, VM configuration and overall performance of an IT infrastructure. While there'll be reasonable concerns about the purchase costs, there are factors that can make calculating the ROI for an all-flash array less daunting. This three-part guide explores these issues and considers why an organization might consider adopting all-flash arrays.

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  • IT admin's guide to the Sysinternals suite

    Native Windows management tools are not always enough for admins to get the job done. Sysinternals, a free software suite, can fill in the cracks. Continue Reading

  • How is flash wear affected by virtual environments?

    Flash wear is an important concern in VMware and Hyper-V environments because features such as caching and deduplication can negatively impact endurance. Continue Reading

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