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  • July 22, 2016 22 Jul'16

    RDMA over Fabrics: a big step for SSD access

    Shared storage access for servers has been the most basic requirement for storage networks. Performance demands for multiple systems accessing data continually increase due to improvements in ...

  • July 19, 2016 19 Jul'16

    New Brocade director supports Gen 6 Fibre Channel

    Brocade ships new 32 Gbps Gen 6 Fibre Channel directors and extension blades targeting faster flash storage systems, and it adds new IO and VM Insight monitoring capabilities.

  • July 13, 2016 13 Jul'16

    Rubrik, Pure Storage converge for performance

    Rubrik, a startup selling convergence for data management, is trying to piggy-back on the success of all-flash arrays through a partnership with Pure Storage. Rubrik’s early focus is on data ...

  • July 08, 2016 08 Jul'16

    Nimble SAN treats health clinic's DR condition

    Kansas health clinic installs Nimble SAN with Predictive Flash, Adaptive Flash arrays to boost performance of transactional databases, VMware storage and disaster recovery.

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  • CDP technology vs. legacy: Get more from backup

    For data storage shops, convergence should actually represent an ongoing design principle, and its influence on emerging and evolving technologies is increasing. Moreover, because convergence typically promises a favorable financial impact, it should be a primary consideration in any strategic technology decision.

    In the data center, convergence in various domains can help rein in the number of installed devices while reducing the number of separate pieces that must be touched every time an IT service is built or modified.

    Continuous data protection (CDP) is an example of the convergence of backup and primary storage. Also called continuous backup, CDP is a storage system in which all the data in an enterprise is backed up whenever any change is made. In effect, CDP technology creates an electronic journal of complete storage snapshots, one storage snapshot for every instant in time that data modification occurs. A major advantage of CDP technology is the fact that it preserves a record of every transaction that takes place in the enterprise.

    With this e-book chapter, learn about the ways that backup and primary storage are converging (e.g., CDP technology), which kinds of organizations best benefit from convergence, and some goals it can help achieve.

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  • Assess hyper-converged infrastructures based on feature capabilities

    Hyper-converged systems offer a wide array of configurations, features and compatibility. Evaluate these technology areas to help narrow your product options. Continue Reading

  • Should using flash backup be an option for your organization?

    There are many factors -- beyond the obvious ones of cost and performance -- that determine whether you should choose a flash storage backup option. Continue Reading

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