Storage Soup

November 2007

Storage management and analytics

  • ‘Tis the season to flush.

    Dave Raffo - Editorial News Director 15 Nov 2007
  • Storage vendors look forward to the fourth quarter of every year because customers need to spend the rest of their annual budget, so they buy a lot of storage products. At this time of year you ...

  • Riverbed strikes back

    Dave Raffo - Editorial News Director 14 Nov 2007
  •  Riverbed is going on the offensive in its patent lawsuit infringement battle against Quantum by filing its own claim against the backup vendor. In response to Quantum's patent infringement suit ...

  • Bandwidth of station wagon on New Jersey Turnpike fails real-life test

    Beth Pariseau - Senior News Writer 08 Nov 2007
  • Some people will do anything to avoid data migration. You can't inhabit the storage industry for longer than a week without becoming intimately acquainted with how painful data migration is. Whole ...

  • Another former Veritas exec defects from Symantec

    Beth Pariseau - Senior News Writer 07 Nov 2007
  • Executive holdovers from Veritas are growing fewer and farther between at Symantec, following the disclosure by Symantec in an SEC filing this week that Kris Hagerman,  president of the Data Center ...

  • Dell-EqualLogic-EMC: three’s a crowd

    Dave Raffo - Editorial News Director 05 Nov 2007
  • For years, Dell has made noise about pushing deeper into storage outside of its partnership with EMC - all the while maintaining that partnership. Until now, that strategy consisted of baby steps ...

  • The Storage “Killer App”

    Tory Skyers - The Sasha Company 02 Nov 2007
  • I know, I know ... whenever I see "killer app" I roll my eyes too, but I've been shown the light, or indoctrinated, whichever way you want to look at it. So here is my take: I've found storage's ...

  • Three emerging storage ‘mega-trends’

    Maggie Sullivan - SEO/Content Specialist 01 Nov 2007
  • It may be a little early in 2007 to start prognosticating about what is going to occur in 2008 and beyond. However, there are some major trends -- I would almost classify them as "mega-trends" -- ...