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August 20, 2012
Startup SimpliVity promises its OmniCube 'hyper-converged' stack of storage, compute and networking will replace a wide range of data center devices.
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Virtualization solves a lot of problems, but it also presents new storage challenges. Virtualization-aware storage can help improve performance. Continue Reading
LUN masking is a further constraint added to zoning, subdividing access to the port so that only LUNs authorized to access a specific server can access the corresponding port. Continue Reading
Data storage is a major consideration for organizations implementing a virtual desktop infrastructure, from capacity planning to performance to costs. Continue Reading
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Understand the storage applications running across your data center WAN links to ensure optimal performance. Continue Reading
Storage expert George Crump outlines the major VMware performance tuning points, from the network to switches, controllers and devices. Continue Reading
Dave Shackleford outlines critical security best practices for virtual machine instances created for an in-house IaaS deployment. Continue Reading
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Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) adoption is growing. But is it right for your organization? Continue Reading
Storage Switzerland analyst Colm Keegan explains how to determine whether a SAN or NAS should be used as primary storage with Hadoop. Continue Reading
Shared storage offers greater availability and mobility over local disks. If you have an iSCSI SAN lyng around, connecting it to a RHEV is a breeze. Continue Reading