Scale-Out NAS News
March 02, 2017
Pure Storage revealed two surprises during its fourth quarter earnings call. One the plus side, the all-flash vendor exceeded its forecast and expectations for revenue during the quarter and all of ...
February 09, 2017
Building on its NAS Edge filer technology, Avere rolled out Cloud-Core NAS (C2N) product, which puts file and object storage in one system that spans on-premises and the cloud.
January 27, 2017
Quantum's scale-out storage business is growing like a weed, with the help of a large weed grower. While Quantum's DXi disk backup library increased the most of all its product lines last quarter, ...
January 17, 2017
Carnegie Institution for Science's embryology department manages research data with Qumulo Core data-aware NAS storage, taking advantage of advanced analytics.
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Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V includes a new feature called Cluster Rolling Upgrade that allows you to upgrade Windows Server 2012 R2 cluster nodes without any downtime. Continue Reading
Object storage and scale-out NAS are both highly scalable and built to handle large amounts of unstructured data. Which one is best suited for your environment? Continue Reading
The unfettered growth of unstructured data, both human and (more and more) machine generated, has enterprises increasingly turning to scale-out NAS and object storage. While both scale-out storage and object storage are designed for massive scalability, they take different approaches to storing unstructured information -- each with their own strengths/weaknesses, management issues and architectural considerations.
Flash is putting demands on storage networks like never before. Fortunately, there are emerging technologies (e.g., the latest in FC and Ethernet networking) and techniques (e.g., network caching and SDS) you can implement to ease this growing burden on storage fabrics while maximizing application performance.
File sync and share can place your IP, financial and compliance data, not to mention organization as a whole, at risk. There are a number ways to bring this effective sharing, communication and collaboration approach out of the shadows and into the IT fold, however, through more secure corporate-sanctioned cloud, on-premises or hybrid deployments.Continue Reading
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With proper prior planning, it is possible to upgrade existing scale-out network-attached storage without the process having a negative impact on overall performance. Continue Reading
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Learn three ways a data archiving system can provide access to granular-level data and then replicate it for automated recovery at a later date. Continue Reading
Storage systems get smarter thanks to object stores and metadata, which are enhancing intelligence of scale-out storage systems. Continue Reading
Phil Goodwin explains how scale-out NAS systems simplify storage management through a single point of control and by combating performance problems. Continue Reading