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On-Premises, in the Cloud, or Both?

If you ever ask someone whether your data should be on-premises, in the cloud, or both, the answer is often different depending on the source. Cloud vendors think you should store all of your data in the cloud. Traditional storage

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Is There A Better Option Than DRaaS?

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is very appealing to data center administrators looking to meet ever tightening recovery objectives but still reduce costs. By leveraging DRaaS, organizations can eliminate the cost of a secondary site and buying stand-by equipment

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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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Is RAID/Replication/Erasure Coding Backup?

One of the things that makes a backup person’s head spin around is when they hear someone say, “my data is on RAID, so I don’t need to back it up.” The same would be true of erasure coding and

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How do Object Storage Systems Protect the Data they Store?

The value of object storage is that it can be the storage backend to a variety of unstructured data use cases, ranging from primary file stores, to unstructured data archives to a backup target for the protection of transactional primary

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Merging NAS, Object and The Cloud – Avere C2N Product Brief

As more organizations move to the cloud or plan to move to the cloud, in order to address challenges like the ever-rising tide of unstructured data, many are encountering various unexpected complications. Some of these complications are things like increasing

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ChalkTalk Video: What is NVMe over Fabric?

When flash drives first came to market the easiest way to integrate them into the enterprise storage infrastructure was to make them connect in the same way that a current hard disk drive would. While providing immediate compatibility and an

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