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The Value of NAS Integrated Backup in a Virtualized Environment

Data Integration on the Mechanism of Metal Gears in the design of information related to business technology

Network Attached Storage (NAS) servers are widely used for storing virtual machine backups. What’s been lacking is a method to integrate the two workload types that many consider mutually exclusive: backup software and backup storage. The Advantage of On-Appliance Backup

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Podcast: Scale-out NAS vs. Distributed Storage

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They seem to solve the same problem – meeting the constantly growing performance and capacity demands of the enterprise. But Scale-out NAS and Distributed Storage are different. Join our next LIVE podcast to learn what Scale-out NAS and Distributed Storage

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It’s Important to get Hyper-V Backups Right

It’s Important to get Hyper-V Backups Right

It’s very easy to find yourself far down the path of virtualization and forget something so trivial as backup. This is not a problem new to virtualization, as backup has often been on the sidelines in many people’s eyes. But

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Podcast: What is DRaaS?

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Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is a recovery option that is getting a lot of attention right now. In this live podcast, Storage Switzerland and Carbonite cover exactly what DRaaS is and whether or not your organization should consider

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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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Should I put a Backup Agent in my VM?

Should I put a Backup Agent in my VM?

Few people would disagree with the statement that the best way to backup virtual machines is some type of agentless method. And yet, years after this practice became common we still find some people putting backup agents in their VM.

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The Multi-Site Scale-Out Storage Problem

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When an organization buys a scale-up storage system it has to predict how much storage performance and capacity it will need over the life of the investment. If an unpredictable requirement for either of these resources occurs then IT will

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