NAS Storage

NAS Storage

Bringing an OpEx Model to the Data Protection Service Provider - A managed service provider (MSP) that offers a data protection service typically provides backup, recovery and high availability capabilities to their customers in the form of a subscription based service. In some cases those providers enjoy a similar pricing model
Solving the Billion Files Problem - Most file system management tools – whether they are for reporting, governance, backup, archiving, migration, cloud bursting, or content classification – start developing performance problems when the total number of files and directories exceeds a hundred million. The performance challenges
Answering the “Where’s That File Question?” - One of the biggest challenges users face, and the cause for significant productivity losses, is finding those files later. Where did they store it? What was the file name? The problem is bad enough if they store all their data
Making HPC Available to the Masses – Dell Technologies HPC Briefing Note - With businesses beginning to rely on analytics, machine and deep learning (ML and DL), and artificial intelligence (AI) to run daily processes and generate competitive advantage, high-performance computing (HPC) is becoming more applicable outside of its traditional niche use cases,
StorCentric Acquires Retrospect – Comprehensive Primary through Secondary Storage Capabilities - The lines between primary and secondary storage infrastructures are blurring. Today’s typical backup and disaster recovery workloads require faster performance while production workloads demand growing amounts of capacity. IT requires as consolidated a storage infrastructure as possible for simplicity. At
Optimizing Efficiency for the Multi-Cloud World - Dell Technologies World 2019 Primary Storage Updates The storage strategy for the modern enterprise, at its core, centers on getting the right data to the right user at the right time. However, this is a difficult task that requires the
More Efficient Enterprise File Data Storage and Collaboration – CTERA Briefing Note - The modern enterprise is highly distributed geographically, employs a range of in-office and remote workers, and is generating and using file data at an unprecedented pace. Legacy network-attached storage (NAS), or “filer” arrays were not designed to provide the levels
A Consolidation-Driven Approach to Storage Modernization – INFINIDAT Briefing Note - Enterprises’ storage capacity requirements continue to grow, with many approaching petabyte (PB) scale. At the same time, a greater diversity of workloads is being served, creating the need for multiple storage protocols to address a range of performance, retention and
Enhancing the Hybrid Cloud Data Fabric for Mission-Critical Applications – Rubrik Briefing Note - Businesses are working with a fragmented application landscape today. They are leaning on tried-and-true, traditional mainstays such as Oracle databases as well as on newer, modern workloads such as NoSQL databases and cloud-based productivity suites. The number and variety of
What is Intent Based Data Management? – Hammerspace Briefing Note - Data management is moving to the top of many IT project whiteboards and the reason why is simple, organizations are drowning in unstructured data. There is too much data, too many files and organizations store it in too many locations.

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