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Solving the Problem that SDS Does not

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FormationOne Briefing Note Most data centers are not really out of capacity, they are just out of capacity that they can get to in any meaningful way. Confused? Let me explain. The problem is the capacity is spread across potentially

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Raising the Bar on Hyperconvergence, Storage and QoS

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Pivot3 Briefing Note IT professionals have a lot of choices to make when they design their next generation infrastructure. They have to choose between a hyperconverged offering that consolidates compute, storage and networking into a single tier or a more

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Software Defined Data Center for Enterprises

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HTBase Briefing Note The term Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) has been around for a few years now. But pinning down exactly what the term means can be a challenge as each vendor seems to have their own definition of

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The Need for Storage Fragmentation

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Here is the goal: Having a data center that consolidates all data onto a single storage system from one vendor. The hope is that by consolidating to a single system, the organization will reduce management headaches that IT administrators face

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Challenges of Using The Cloud for Primary Data and How to Fix Them

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Storing primary data in the cloud flies in the face of logic. Data is typically stored where the user would create it and there is one reason for that: physics. There was a time, of course, when storage and compute

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EMC World 2016 – EMC’s All-Flash Unity

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EMC chose their annual user conference, EMC World 2016 as EMC’s coming out party for a new storage offering: Unity. While all the marketing around Unity focuses on an $18,000 all-flash configuration it is a hybrid solution available in hard

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Making Object Storage Simpler at Petabyte Scale with Intelligent Management

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Organizations struggling to store and manage an ever rising flood of unstructured data turned to the cloud and object storage in order to contain or reduce costs. But, over time many of them discovered that increasing, recurring costs to store

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