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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

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Live Webinar: You Bought All-Flash, Now What?

Have you made the jump to all-flash storage? Are you planning to? If so this webinar is for you. We will look at what’s next after (or before) the jump to all-flash. An all-flash array brings many benefits to the

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Backup Software, Hardware Integration Challenges – StorageCraft Buys Exablox

Data protection is made of three components; the software that identifies and copies the data needing protection, the hardware that will store the protected copy and the IT professionals that drive the process. When two of these components are combined,

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StorageShort: Will Machine Data Kill Backup?

One of the hardest things to protect is a server with millions of files on it. In the early days of my career, we specifically asked customers if they had such a server so we could develop special procedures to

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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

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The Storage Challenges to IT Agility

IT is under pressure to move to a self-service environment, where users and applications “order up” IT on an “as needed” basis. Behind the scenes the IT infrastructure is supposed to respond and adapt to those orders as they come

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StorageShort: The Impact of NAS Sprawl

Network Attached Storage (NAS) are ideal for storing unstructured data, especially user home directories. But these systems tend to fill up and organizations end up buying additional units, in some cases dozens, which leads to NAS Sprawl. The situation is

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