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White Paper: Storage Diversity vs. Storage Consolidation

The advantages of storage consolidation, better utilization lowered operational costs, seem like compelling reasons for IT to consolidate all their storage systems down to a single system. Why then is the data center becoming more and more storage diversified? There

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White Paper: What if the Cloud Backed itself Up?

Hybrid IT is the standard by which most organizations operate. Protecting both on-premises and cloud-based data sets is more critical than ever. The problem is that protecting these environments require separate software applications. The process for protecting cloud-native applications is

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White Paper: Even All-Flash Needs a Data Management Strategy

All-Flash Arrays (AFA) have one stunning attribute. They are fast. In some cases, an AFA provides more performance than the typical data center needs. As a result, it seems that AFAs render traditional data management practices obsolete. AFAs are typically

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Paper: How to Design a High Performance, Cost Effective and Secure Storage Infrastructure

There are plenty of expectations for production storage systems. Users want it fast, managers want it cost effective, and executives want it secure. Additionally, the system has to protect data from hardware failure, software bugs, and user mistakes. Meeting all

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White Paper: How to Reduce Secondary Storage Infrastructure Size and Cost

Secondary storage does more than just store backups. It also serves as storage for archive data, IoT data and support copy data use cases like test development and reporting. As a result, the infrastructure requirements for secondary data have grown

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SDS – The Next Generation

Software Defined Storage (SDS) was supposed to revolutionize storage, freeing IT from the chains of vendor lock-in, allowing them to build more cost effective scalable architectures. The first generation of SDS solutions, for the most part emulated the dedicated storage

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Paper: 3 Steps To Ending The Primary Storage Nightmare

The next step in all-flash performance is NVMe. Systems equipped with NVMe support promise to increase performance and lower latency. But, IT professionals want to know if their data centers can take advantage of NVMe and how they should plan

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