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SanDisk has not disclosed its plans for ioControl, but concedes the hybrid SAN array 'falls outside' vision of accelerating storage with flash.
SearchSolidStateStorage managing editor Ed Hannan and independent storage expert Andrew Reichman compare all-flash and hybrid flash arrays in this Q&A.
Hitachi Data Systems VP asserts HDS flash space relevance, claiming 26.5 PB of flash shipped in the last quarter -- mostly in hybrid arrays.
Hybrid clouds are most frequently used for backup purposes because they relieve enterprises of the need to use a secondary data center.
With increasingly demanding workloads, NAS systems can have a hard time keeping up. Can using NAS with an object storage option relieve some of these problems?
While scale-out storage has its benefits, object storage is becoming a more popular option. Learn about cloud object storage advantages in this expert answer.
Can a company use cloud-based DR if they haven't virtualized the servers yet? In other words, is it possible to fail physical servers over to virtual servers in the cloud?
How does cloud-based disaster recovery differ from traditional DR methods, such as using tape or collocation? And, how much less does it really cost when compared with traditional approaches?
Vendors add backup, replication, data migration and high availability products and services for disaster recovery during Amazon's AWS re:Invent conference.
Brien Posey discusses why hypervisor-based snapshots can cause problems when they're applied to application servers and how application awareness can mitigate the issue.
Brien Posey discusses ways the Internet of Things will impact backing up data, including data growth and the difficulty of protecting information on nontraditional computing devices.
SearchDataBackup managing editor Ed Hannan and ESG analyst Mark Peters discuss tape use for archiving in this Q&A.
Archiving data in place is becoming more attractive to enterprises because it allows data to be archived on the storage it already resides on.
Seagate beefs up ClusterStor storage systems acquired from Xyratex, with new Hadoop optimization tools, Lustre update and secure data appliances.
Analyst Jon Toigo explains why performing analytics on big data sets means that data is no longer considered cold, reducing the importance of archives.
Software defined is a term used to describe a wide variety of products, but it’s often used to catch your attention rather than describe a product’s function
Certain Hyper-V default configurations should be changed for better performance before using the servers in a production environment.
There are plenty of different actions you can do with Microsoft Hyper-V Replica, but only a handful are available in both primary and replica VMs.
IBM customers will have a new way to deliver desktops and make sense of mobile analytics, but questions about its appeal remain.
Recent Windows licensing changes don't make it any easier for small shops to do DaaS because there's still no SPLA for the desktop OS and multi-tenancy is a no-no.
You can't really make the cloud more secure, but you can take some steps to make hosting desktops and applications in the cloud a little less scary, such as picking the right provider and crafting a favorable SLA.