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Making a Hybrid Array Work for the Enterprise

Hybrid storage systems create a performance concern for IT professionals. The system may respond too slowly to user or application requests for data. If the hybrid system places data on the wrong storage tier at the wrong time, it validates

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The Math Behind Storage Architecture Design

The speed at which the data center is evolving is forcing IT to sacrifice proper storage architecture design. IT is just trying to keep its head above water; it doesn’t have time to swim. This reality leads to a primary

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Dramatic Improvements in Analytics Performance by Using Computational Storage – NGD System Briefing Note

The first step in providing an answer to any question is to narrow down the choices. Analytics applications, both modern and legacy, are no different. In response to a query, they must scan massive amounts of data to select the

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How to use a Data Fabric to Power Your Cloud Workloads

More workloads are moving to the cloud every day, and those workloads require data. As mentioned in previous blogs, a data fabric is one way to ensure that all of your data is available everywhere you need it. It ensures

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SlideShare – Why 2015 is the Year of Copy Data – What are the requirements

Data is the new currency of business. To fully protect and exploit this data requires that it be copied to various backend processes like data protection, compliance and data analytics. The problem is that primary data is growing by 35

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StorageShort: Copy Data Methods

2015 is going to be a big year for Copy Data. We expect every major data protection vendor to release some form of copy data management solution to the market this year. But vendors will take different approaches to deliver

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StorageShort: Why is Copy Data a Problem?

Copy Data is a term used to describe additional copies of production data that are created to feed other processes in the organization. Functions like backup, disaster recovery, development, test as well as reporting and analytics all need copies of

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What’s causing the Copy Data Explosion

Remember back when companies had copy machines in every department? Making copies was a tedious exercise that probably wasted more paper than anything else. But for the IT department, creating copies (data copies) is a far more serious problem, one

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Webinar: Why 2015 is the Year of Copy Data – What are the requirements

Data is the new currency of business. To fully protect and exploit this data requires that it be copied to various backend processes like data protection, compliance and data analytics. The problem is that primary data is growing by 35

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