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  • August 25, 2015 25 Aug'15

    Catalogic Software throws ECX copy data support behind IBM storage

    Soon after adding VMware VADP support, Catalogic Software's ECX copy data management software will support IBM FlashSystem and Storwize arrays.

  • August 03, 2015 03 Aug'15

    On-prem cloud: Storage in a bottle

    Storing important data in the cloud is a non-starter for many organizations. There are number of reasons for this, including legislation, risk and compliance. Oh, and of course, cost. For those organizations, an on-premises cloud could be a promising alternative. In other words, building a storage system that offers the key attributes of cloud storage while avoiding all that scary stuff. In our cover story, you'll find out what it takes to build an on-premises cloud system, the technologies required and what an on-prem cloud offers that traditional storage does not.

    Backup is no longer simply copying data in case something goes wrong. Nowadays, the bleeding edge of backup is about meeting the demands of the "always-on" data center. It wasn't too long ago that meeting these types of demands seemed impossible, but that is changing. You'll find out about the new technologies and approaches that are addressing modern data protection challenges.

    Building an effective disaster recovery (DR) plan requires a detailed analysis of the types of risks it will need to protect against and the impact those risks represent. With our step-by-step roadmap, learn where to focus DR resources and how much to invest in building and maintaining those resources.

  • May 13, 2015 13 May'15

    Gridstore HyperConverged OS integrates Microsoft Azure cloud storage

    Gridstore HyperConverged OS has been expanded for Windows shops and gives midsize enterprises a way to stand up a private cloud with Azure Pack.

  • February 24, 2015 24 Feb'15

    Scale Computing broadens VM DR with HyperCore update

    The latest iteration of Scale's hyper-convergence enhances cloning with block-level replication of VMs for failover and failback across clustered nodes.

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  • How EVO:RAIL and EVO:RACK affect VDI

    EVO:RAIL and EVO:RACK mark VMware’s entrance into the hyper-converged infrastructure market. The question now is whether or not either can separate from the competition. Also, what does this mean for VDI shops? Continue Reading

  • How does EFS compare to other AWS storage options?

    Amazon Elastic File System is one of a handful of choices for data storage. What are its strengths and weaknesses compared to other storage services? Continue Reading

  • Why hyperconvergence has grown in popularity

    Hyper-converged systems are increasingly popular as a way to combine compute, storage, networking and server virtualization -- and bring them together under one offering, one product, from one vendor. Storage pros are hearing plenty about these systems as vendors look to compete in the hyper-converged space. These systems are designed to look and feel seamless, and vendors are working to make their hyper-converged systems stand out with things like WAN optimization, snapshot, and replication abilities. In this technical guide, learn how these systems work, how they differ from traditional storage systems, and which hyper-converged technologies can best serve your shop. Continue Reading

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