NetApp says select customers can buy its FlashRay all-flash array, which includes inline dedupe and compression but is still a one-node configuration.
Wheeling Hospital improves storage management and data protection with switch to Dell Compellent hybrid flash array, which will replicate to an all-hard drive version off-site.
Enterprise flash storage technology is hot for its ability to speed application performance. See what's up with flash now and where it's headed.
Hybrid cloud vendor Cloudian bucks the software-defined storage trend, adding appliances to run its HyperStore object software.
Open source Tahoe-LAFS stores fragments of data across multiple cloud storage providers to improve the reliability of cloud security.
CEO Randy Chou discusses why he thinks the cloud gateway market will be absorbed by cloud providers or legacy storage vendors, and why EMC isn't a competitor.
Backup vendor Acronis expands its data protection portfolio by acquiring disaster as a recovery service vendor nScaled.
Jon Toigo says IT resilience and elasticity do not eliminate the need for disaster recovery.
Jon Toigo of Toigo Partners discusses whether virtualization or automated provisioning reduces overall costs in this video from a recent Storage Decisions presentation.
Brien Posey compares backup using a single, enterprise-grade backup software product vs. choosing a variety of best-in-breed products to address different data protection needs.
LTO tape vendors extend the LTO roadmap to include generations 9 and 10 with increasing capacity and transfer rates.
Colm Keegan of Storage Switzerland takes a look at virtual server backup today to determine whether enterprise backup is still relevant.
A3Cube Fortissimo Foundation software works with its Ronniee NICs to scale storage resources and boost the performance of I/O-intensive applications.
Permabit puts data reduction on its add-on appliance, but which vendors will sign on to sell it?
Learn how different scale-out architectures can be good options for providing high availability and easy growth.
In data centers, N+1 redundancy is used to express the idea that a system should be designed to withstand the loss of a component.
Docker containers are fast, easy to use and largely free. In terms of performance, they have even been called comparable to KVM. But that doesn't mean Docker containers are right for everyone.
Linux Containers have been around for a while, so how is that technology different from application containerization offered by companies like Docker?
Months after releasing Azure RemoteApp Service, Microsoft remains quiet on licensing and pricing details. What does this mean for enterprise IT?
XenApp, ThinApp and App-V are very similar tools for application virtualization. Check out this buying guide to find out which one can meet your needs and work with your existing infrastructure.
Nonpersistent VDI sounds great in theory, but beneath the surface lay management and application compatibility nightmares. For these reasons, many shops look to persistent VDI, but new tools could make shared images easier to implement and manage.