Flash Storage

Flash Storage

What’s the Best Way to Store Unstructured Data? – Nodeum Briefing Note - The data storage world changes every day as do the demands of your organization. That means the best place to store your data today might not be the best place to store your data tomorrow. There are high performance options,
Datrium Adds Data Protection Features – Datrium Briefing Note - What if you could have the performance advantages of local flash storage and the data protection advantages of hyperconverged infrastructure without the limitations of either? That is the goal of Datrium DVX, a unique product to say the least. We
Solve Your Storage Headache – Unlimited Scale but Controlled – Qumulo Core 2.6 Briefing Note - Then and Now Over the last decade, organizations have experienced massive changes in the data center and the storage industry. Workloads found in modern data centers today are vastly different from what was common back in the days of dedicated
Cloud Compute Needs Enterprise Storage – Nimble Briefing Note - Cloud providers like Amazon, Google and Azure all provide both compute and storage services. Compute is used to host applications and storage is used to store data. The cloud is tailor made for providing compute because applications that are multi-threaded
Does NAS Still Make Sense? – Panzura Briefing Note - When network attached storage (NAS) first came to market its initial use case was to store user data, typically found in file server home directories. All users wanted to be able to do is store and share data between a
High Performance Private Cloud Storage via Software – StorPool Briefing Note - Multiple classes of storage make up public clouds (Amazon and Google both have at least three tiers). One of those is made from memory like flash or even DRAM to provide high performance storage to compute intensive applications. Private clouds
Raising the Bar for Data Aware Scale-out NAS – Qumulo Briefing Note - Over a year ago, Qumulo released a new data-aware scale-out NAS solution designed to address what it considers a key weakness in scale-out storage – Increased data management complexity when adding nodes to the cluster. This means most scale-out NAS
Making Sure the Storage Infrastructure Keeps Pace - Cisco Briefing Note Pressure on the storage architecture is compounded by the variety of ways that infrastructure is delivered. Options range from traditional fibre channel storage area networks, to IP storage networks, to bladed systems and to hyperconverged infrastructures. Then,
Solving the Problem that SDS Does not - FormationOne Briefing Note Most data centers are not really out of capacity, they are just out of capacity that they can get to in any meaningful way. Confused? Let me explain. The problem is the capacity is spread across potentially
Designing Splunk Friendly Storage Architectures - Tegile Briefing Note Of all the “modern” data center applications, Splunk seems to be one of the more popular among more traditional data centers. This is due to Splunk’s specific use case: log data from machines. Almost every enterprise has

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