Hyperconvergence, a technology that integrates commodity hardware into a single appliance, is playing a growing role in data storage.
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As the data storage market churns with the old guard fending off the newcomers, where is enterprise storage headed?
New data storage products from the industry confab reveal many future directions in the storage market.
The trend toward software defined is gaining steam in all IT sectors. But is it a good fit for storage and networking?
When implementing a virtual SAN, avoid “rip and replace," and watch out for extra overhead.
An overview of the options in virtual storage area networks from VMware, DataCore, HP, Sanbolic, and NetApp.
The latest version leverages faster SAS RAID-on-Chip (RoC) controllers and maxCache Plus tiering technology.
The Cisco executive’s comments reflect differences in approaches by Cisco and VMware after the virtualization vendor’s introduction of NSX.
An extensive round-up of data storage solutions from vendors with products designed for use with Microsoft’s Hyper-V.
New lower-cost offering puts disk-based Big Data archiving within reach of more enterprises.
What good are new servers without storage? Oracle NAS systems offer automated SSD caching to speed up enterprise workloads.
Several vendors offer network storage solutions designed to handle Big Data.
Enhance Technology's ES3160P4 and EMC's Iomega StorCenter ix4-200d both offer good small business storage in different form factors.
TeamQuest claims its solution helps monitor the performance and capacity of both SAN storage and related infrastructure.
HP’s ProLiant-powered enterprise file serving platform makes room for exploding data storage rates with new hardware and storage OS updates.
There is no shortage of options in the scale-out NAS marketplace. Therefore, when considering scale-out NAS, it is critical to define what you are looking for. Gridstore, Sanbolic and Nexenta are pushing the envelope on scale-out NAS to deliver unique solutions.
As part of Brocade's mission to offer the best and fastest storage networking environments, it now offers a wide range of 16 Gbps Fibre Channel products without overlooking Ethernet.
What Infortrend lacks in name recognition it makes up for in product selection. Its ESVA and EonStor product families aim to meet the SAN and NAS needs of the midrange and SMB markets.
These days, Cisco is about more than just networking. Its Unified Fabric strategy makes it possible to mix and match from the MDS and Nexus product families, harnessing the same command lines and GUI operations to perform SAN functions.
Fibre Channel over Ethernet isn't just about physical wires and ports.
Firm's portfolio of WAN emulators helps businesses accurately model effects of bandwidth, latency and packet loss.
Multiple levels of security are the one surefire way to prevent a hacker from accessing and damaging your systems. Making SELinux the base for all systems will go a long way toward achieving this.
On the surface, Fibre Channel over Ethernet seems a slam dunk. Reality, however, says otherwise. What will it take for the less-expensive and easy-to-use technology to win over CTOs?
Dataram this week began shipping high availability (HA) versions of its XcelaSAN accelerators for Fibre Channel SANs.
The company claims the first scale-out virtual NAS appliances for VMware and Amazon Web Services (AWS).