NAS Storage

NAS Storage

Requirements for Unstructured Data at Petabyte Scale - Unstructured data is hard to manage. When an organization’s unstructured data assets cross the petabyte threshold, though, controlling the data set brings on an entirely new set of challenges. Most legacy network-attached storage (NAS) systems struggle to manage 100 terabyte
Is Your Storage Architecture Ready for the Coming AI Wave? - Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a broad term that can apply to various computing tasks, including machine learning, deep learning, and big data analytics. Many AI projects are in a proof of concept stage, but CIOs and IT Managers need to
Creating a Petabyte-Scale Capable High Performance File Storage System - Modern unstructured workloads are setting new standards in terms of not only capacity requirements but also performance. These workloads either need to analyze and ingest hundreds of thousands of files or they need to quickly read files over a terabyte
Creating a Cloud Strategy for Unstructured Data - Unstructured data is a growing problem for enterprise organizations. An increasing number of these companies have file counts in the billions and storage capacities over 1PB. These organizations are looking to the cloud to help mitigate some of their unstructured
Where Did All the NAS Vendors Go? - In 2010, there were almost a dozen major NAS vendors on the market. Today, the market has shrunk, ironically at a time when organizations need unstructured data storage solutions more than ever. The primary reasons for the shrinking of the
Is it Time to Rethink NAS for Unstructured Data? - Network Attached Storage (NAS) systems were once the primary storage destination for all unstructured data but with file-counts soaring past one billion and with machines replacing users as the primary creators of data, the industry is seemingly moving past NAS
Windows 2008 File Server? What to do now - One of the popular use cases for Windows Server 2008 is as a file server but on January 14th Microsoft stopped supporting the 2008 version of the operating system. Those using Server 2012 as a file server can assume that
Making the Hybrid Cloud Work for Media and Entertainment - The media and entertainment (M&E) industry is already taking advantage of the cloud, but most of the workflows have been rendering, simulation or other ephemeral use cases. The advantages of using the cloud for more permanent project tasks though should
Silos of Clusters – Is this the End Result of Data Center Modernization? - Applications like Elastic, Hadoop, Kafka and TensorFlow typically operate on scale-out architectures built from dozens, if not hundreds of servers, which act as nodes in the application’s cluster. Many organizations now use a mix of these applications to derive the
Windows File Services – All Good Things Must Come to an End! - Windows File Servers are popular for a number of reasons. First, they are easy to setup, any Administrator that has stood up a Windows Server can create a Windows File Server. Second, the software is essentially free with most licensing

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