NAS Storage

NAS Storage

Is There a Better Way to Backup Unstructured Data? – Igneous Briefing Note - It’s no secret that unstructured data is consuming data center tiles across the world. Structured data may have been king at one point, but the vast amount of storage in today’s data centers is being consumed by unstructured data. This
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
Endpoint Data Protection with a Difference – Zoolz Briefing Note - All organizations today, regardless of size, have to deal with a myriad of governmental rules and regulations that require the organizations to retain, secure and protect all of their data in specific ways determined by the governmental body requiring the
It’s Time To Manage Your Data! – NTP Software Briefing Note - Data is growing, especially file data. This statement should come as no surprise to any IT professional. The response to that growth is typically to keep adding more and more storage capacity. The problem is that most of these additions
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
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 Storage Consolidation a Reality - INFINIDAT Briefing Note The concept of a single storage system to serve the entire data center has been with us as long as the data center itself. But now we are seeing an explosion in the number and variety of
Making Object Storage do more - SwiftStack Briefing Note IT knows about object storage for its ability to store trillions of files, or objects, scale to almost limitless capacities and do it inexpensively. Cloud storage providers are accepting the technology with open arms, but enterprises are
Disaster Proof Local On-Site Backups - Briefing Note – ioSafe’s BDR 515 There are few things better than a local copy of your data center when the worst happens.  Unfortunately, events that destroy your data center also take out your backup system. Most people use tapes
The Next Generation File Server - For years, IT professionals have struggled with managing file data. This dataset has become increasingly problematic, often filling up file servers and breaking data protection processes. In recent years, organizations have asked for the distribution of file data to remote

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