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The Challenges Facing Docker on Windows – WinDocks Briefing Note

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Until containers support persistent storage that can be easily backed-up, their use will be limited to test and development. This is not to say that containers can’t bring significant value to the test and development world. It’s just that they

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Is Your VMware Storage Slacking?

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As VMware began its march into production, IT managers discovered the need for a storage area network (SAN) for the organization to fully tap into its potential. The available SANs at the time were difficult and not really VMware ready.

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A Turnkey Storage Architecture for OpenStack and Docker

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Scale-Out All-Flash Solution with Micron, Nexenta and SuperMicro Software Defined Storage (SDS) solutions bring the ultimate in flexibility but it does require that IT professionals work through the process of fine tuning the software with both the storage hardware and

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Making Sure the Storage Infrastructure Keeps Pace

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Cisco Briefing Note Pressure on the storage architecture is compounded by the variety of ways that infrastructure is delivered. Options range from traditional fibre channel storage area networks, to IP storage networks, to bladed systems and to hyperconverged infrastructures. Then,

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Data Center Modernization Still Needs Shared Storage

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Organizations are increasingly embracing technologies like OpenStack and Docker so IT can become more agile, as well as be able to adapt to user or customer demands rapidly and cost effectively. IT’s new found agility, though, requires equal flexibility from

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ChalkTalk Video: Flash for Files? – Does It Make Sense?

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All-Flash arrays were initially targeted at high-end databases that had the I/O demand to justify the investment. As the price of these systems come down, all-flash arrays are now easily justifiable as the primary storage system for virtual server and

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