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  • memory dump attack

    A memory dump attack is the capture and use of RAM content that was written to a storage drive during an unrecoverable error, which was typically triggered by the attacker. Continue Reading

  • memory dump

    A memory dump is the process of taking all information content in RAM and writing it to a storage drive. Developers commonly use memory dumps to gather diagnostic information at the time of a crash to help them troubleshoot issues and learn more about the event. Continue Reading

  • data storage

    In a computer, storage is the place where data is held in an electromagnetic or optical form for access by a computer processor. Continue Reading

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  • SAP HANA, express edition makes HANA easier for non-SAP developers

    Relaxed RAM and licensing requirements and the ability to run on local machines could help popularize the HANA in-memory platform with Java, JavaScript and .NET developers. Continue Reading

  • Proxmox resource pools simplify virtual resource management

    Open source Proxmox organizes virtual resources into pools, making it easier to assign user roles, effectively manage VMs and eliminate resource waste. Continue Reading

  • NVM Express, NAND flash energize storage vendors

    Flash storage is the fastest-growing segment of the storage market, and there are a number of emerging drive technologies and flash standards that you should be aware of. The biggest news on the drive technology front that's happening today is the introduction of 3D NAND chips. These chips are stacked vertically to increase the density of cells on a single chip, which in turn increases overall capacity. Another key development is the use of TLC, or triple-level cell, flash in enterprise arrays, due to more sophisticated flash controllers that can balance the wear on these less expensive drives. This is becoming common today and it will further reduce flash costs, making the technology more appealing to a wider variety of organizations. It will also bring flash even closer to cost parity with hard disk drive systems, which may help to drive the popularity of all-flash arrays. As noted above, there are also a number of new flash drive standards aimed at ensuring that chips and drives from multiple vendors are compatible -- SATA Express and nonvolatile memory express. Our Drill Down on new drive technologies and standards will put these SATAe and NVM Express standards in context and explain the importance of both SATAe and NVM Express. You'll also learn about how NAND chips are evolving and possible successors to the technology. Continue Reading

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  • How to create more Windows 10 disk space

    To make sure Windows 10 works at its peak level, IT must free up disk space with the Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool and more. Continue Reading

  • The next generation of data center protection products

    With hardware and software tools like secondary storage, copy data management and recovery-in-place, storage vendors are stepping up their data protection game. Continue Reading

  • Intelligent storage puts brainpower into data storage systems

    Vendors are offering storage systems that "know" more about the data within them than ever before. Powered by multiple CPU/cores, fast flash/memory, nimble software-defined storage and lessons learned from big data, these intelligent storage systems offer sophisticated, automated management for storing data more efficiently and increasing productivity and security.

    Hypervisors have steadily enhanced how they handle and manage both internal and external storage. Meanwhile, the implementation of storage for and within virtualized container-based application environments is advancing, but it is still in the early stages of development.

    After years of stagnation, new technologies have led backup into a golden era of rapid innovation. Cutting-edge products and groundbreaking approaches to data protection (instant recovery, flat backup, virtual appliances and more) allow users to better tap the hidden value of backup data.

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