Your business is growing, you have more technology demands, and the industry is pushing you to make even more infrastructure decisions. These trends aren’t slowing down either. Cloud computing and complex applications are creating very large demands against the modern data center. In this case study from RF Code, we look at an organization that sought a solution for a growing resource challenge.
In a significant move to advance its flagship VMAX storage line EMC launched VMAX³ hybrid systems and announced that it has acquired cloud storage management company TwinStrata.
The storage giant announced this news plus several other announcements about XtremeIO all-flash arrays, Isilon updates and integration with Pivotal for Data Lake Hadoop bundles were announced at its Redefine Possible event Tuesday in London.
By Ling Wang, Product Marketing Manager, Storage Platforms, NetApp. By now you’ve probably heard the big news – NetApp launched the new FAS2500 entry hybrid storage arrays that are future-proof and cloud-ready, delivering exceptional overall value for enterprises of all sizes.
Moving to a public cloud environment takes time and consideration. No organization should simply jump in without evaluating ROI and the pros and cons of moving to such a platform. Still, there are powerful reasons to adopt the ever evolving technology. With denser environments, more WAN capabilities, and better cloud management, data can be delivered faster and more economically across vast distances.
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File Storage Analysis (including new discovery type and reports)
- Use the File Storage Analysis summary reports (containing meaningful charts and graphs with the ability to drill down for more detailed information) to answer the challenging administrative questions regarding file storage.
In a recent post I stated that any company should (a) understand their spend on innovation, and (b) devote a portion of their innovation spending on emerging technology. The picture below describes devoting “C%” of innovation spend on emerging tech:
This theory of course means that each company has to decide which emerging technologies to invest in. How does a company prime the pump to survey and select the proper emerging areas?
Headquartered company is bolstering its data center in Altoona, Iowa with a data center fabric described as a next-generation architecture developed for speeding up machine-to-machine traffic while having a better grasp on growing at scale.
IO, the Phoenix-based data center provider best known for its modular data center containers, is going to be split into two companies. One, called IO, will continue operating as a data center provider, while the other, called BaseLayer, will be a technology vendor, selling data center containers and data center infrastructure management software IO.OS.
“The H+ enclosures enable data center managers to take a modular and scalable approach to designing their cabling infrastructures based on the specific needs of their organizations,” said Lisa Belodoff, vice president of CABLExpress.
Software-as-a-Service applications are increasingly being used for mission critical purposes, according to a recent report by Gartner. Cost considerations continue to be a driving factor, but many senior business leaders view agility as a primary reason for moving to SaaS.