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Cutting Through Multi-Cloud Complexity – Dell Technologies World Cloud Briefing Note

Multi-cloud is a necessity. To meet varying cost and privacy requirements, data and workloads must exist and be able to traverse across on-premises private clouds that exist in core and edge data centers, as well as externally hosted off-premises infrastructure-as-a-service

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What is Enterprise Data as a Service

The IT “as a service” model is working well for organizations. It enables them to start small and scale quickly as IT demand increases. And IT as a service’s value is not limited to start up companies. Organizations of all

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SlideShare: VMware – Flash-as-a-Service – How to achieve Flash Performance with Cloud Economics

Organizations relying on VMware are ready to move beyond basic service consolidation. They want to establish a private cloud if they offer IT “as-a-service.” The challenge for data centers is how do they solve the problem of providing high performance

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StorageShort: The Challenges of the Private Cloud

A private cloud should be the ultimate goal of the software defined data center (SDC). It transforms the data center into a self-provisioned, highly automated organism, that is more responsive to the needs of the organization while driving down the

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Webinar: VMware – Flash-as-a-Service – How to achieve Flash Performance with Cloud Economics

Organizations relying on VMware are ready to move beyond basic service consolidation. They want to establish a private cloud if they offer IT “as-a-service.” The challenge for data centers is how do they solve the problem of providing high performance

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Multi-Tenant Docker Storage Containers

Briefing Note: Zadara Storage Corporate IT is transitioning to an “As a Service” model. That is because the as a service model is not just isolated to the cloud – there are plenty of on-premises service use cases as well.

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Eagle Eye Networks brings the Cloud to Video Surveillance

Most companies conduct some kind of video surveillance, typically involving a PC-based infrastructure they manage on-site. For many small to mid-sized businesses, operating and maintaining this infrastructure (adding capacity, conducting upgrades, etc.) can be a real effort since much of

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DR-as-a-Service may be the Cloud’s Killer App

Disaster Recovery could be the best implementation of the ‘as-a-Service’ business model yet because it fits the cloud delivery system so well and features an entirely different value proposition than other cloud services. DR-as-a-Service (DRaaS) offers more than the added

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Data Protection In The Cloud Age

What does the record turntable and a mainframe computer have in common? Plenty, according to Guy Churchward, President of EMC’s Data Protection and Availability Division. During EMC World 2014, Guy made an interesting comparison about how both the music industry

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