Wheeling Hospital improves storage management and data protection with switch to Dell Compellent hybrid flash array, which will replicate to an all-hard drive version off-site.
Enterprise flash storage technology is hot for its ability to speed application performance. See what's up with flash now and where it's headed.
Some IT folks are trying to leverage commodity servers and disks with software-implemented storage services. But others want an all-flash architecture.
CEO Randy Chou discusses why he thinks the cloud gateway market will be absorbed by cloud providers or legacy storage vendors, and why EMC isn't a competitor.
The first step in charting your cloud ROI strategy is estimating storage consumption for the foreseeable future.
Emulex OpenWorks Connector's RESTful API enables Egenera's PAN Manager to take advantage of Emulex's provisioning and management.
Budd Van Lines is running three SwiftStack nodes with 40 TB of storage each, and plans to outfit remaining offices this year.
In the event of an emergency, UBCV officials will be able to use DLAN's web-based communications system to monitor, assign and track equipment and assets, and better manage the crisis.
Zerto now supports VMware and Microsoft Hyper-V replication, and prepares to enter beta testing for VMware-to- Hyper-V replication.
Data Protection Plus integrates Barracuda storage devices with tools to improve file sharing and information management.
Independent backup expert Brien Posey explains what you should know about backing up Linux VMs running on Microsoft Hyper-V.
There are a variety of ways to make sure you have backup redundancy. Independent backup expert Brien Posey explains in this tip.
HGST embraces NVMe spec for flash while boosting capacity of its helium-filled hard drives in rollout of HDD and solid-state storage products.
Caching and tiering are both good ways to speed up data access. Analyst Colm Keegan explains the factors to consider when deciding between the two.
Anticipated year-over-year capacity growth of 24% and the need to boost the performance of existing applications is driving new SAN storage systems.
Linux Containers have been around for a while, so how is that technology different from application containerization offered by companies like Docker?
Once you know how many servers your infrastructure will need, the next challenge is sizing those host servers to meet VM and application needs.
Containers and virtual machines both allow you to abstract the workload from the underlying hardware, but there are important differences in the two approaches that need to be taken into account.
Horizon DaaS customers will soon be able to deliver apps as a service. But IT still must ensure users can be productive on those apps no matter where they try to access them.
Light speed dictates how fast data in the cloud can reach a desktop -- aka latency -- and as more data is stored in the cloud, it only makes sense that desktops get pulled loft ward, too. DaaS is really data gravity pulling desktops to the cloud.
All-flash storage arrays are probably a little more expensive than what you have in place now, but they can work wonders to reduce boot storms and improve I/O.