NAS Storage

NAS Storage

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.
Creating a Data Center Compatible Cloud – Elastifile Briefing Note - Organizations spend months creating a “cloud strategy,” and then spend many more months attempting to execute that strategy, sometimes to successful completion but many times the project is abandoned. There are a multitude of problems when transitioning applications to the
Starting Small with Object Storage – Caringo Briefing Note - Organizations of all sizes are dealing with explosive growth in unstructured data. Whether the organization is large or small, they need to store and manage their unstructured data sets cost-effectively. They need an object storage system and software that turns
Enabling a Multi-Cloud Reality – Scality Zenko Briefing Note - Most organizations today, whether they realize it or not, are already multi-cloud. They may be using one cloud to host cloud-native applications, another cloud to store backups of on-premises data, and using software as a service (SaaS) offerings, which may
Modernizing NAS Instead of Replacing It – Qumulo Briefing Note - Organizations are almost universally struggling with storing and managing their unstructured data. From a storage system perspective, vendors offer legacy NAS systems, object storage systems and cloud storage services, all trying to convince IT professionals that they are the best
Building a Better Backup Appliance – iXsystems Briefing Note - When it comes to storing backup data, IT professionals have a lot of options from which to choose. Dedicated backup appliances tend to be the most popular selection. Another option is using the backup software’s built-in storage capabilities and building
Backup Software Needs to Provide Freedom of Choice – Nakivo Backup and Replication 7.5 - Backup software used to be a conduit through which data moved from primary storage to some form of protected storage. Today though, backup software vendors are increasingly forcing customers down a pre-selected path. Vendors are now bundling their solutions with
Overcoming The Object Storage Stumbling Block – Complexity – Scality Briefing Note - The case for object storage is compelling. Object stores can scale to store hundreds of petabytes of information very cost-effectively. They also support a variety of unstructured data use cases including replacing NAS for storing home directories, long-term storage of
How to Protect the Entire Hybrid Cloud – Druva Briefing Note - Most organizations use the cloud in a hybrid manner. Some applications and workloads remain on-premises, while some are transitory between on-premises and the cloud, and still others are cloud only. The distributed IT model puts a new strain on the
For SDS on NAS, Hardware Matters – iXsystems Briefing Note - A well established concept in the Network Attached Storage (NAS) market is Software Defined Storage (SDS). SDS is tailor-made for NAS, as a file system is, after all, a software construct and it should run on any hardware. While SDS

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