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  • January 30, 2017 30 Jan'17

    Panzura controller, OS updates extend cloud options

    The new Panzura controller has a bigger cache and an improved operating system with enterprise features. Hybrid Cloud Controller model also offers new enterprise support options.

  • November 03, 2016 03 Nov'16

    Sporty little number, Hazelcast Striim Hot Cache 13

    Open source in-memory data grid (IMDG) company Hazelcast has worked with Striim (sounds like 'stream', get it?), a provider of end-to-end real-time data integration and streaming analytics to ...

  • September 16, 2016 16 Sep'16

    Cache in hand, Varnish cloud workload tuning goes one louder

    Content delivery firm Varnish Software has announced its Varnish Plus Cloud product -- essentially, a full version of the Varnish Plus software suite that can be accessed via the AWS (Amazon Web ...

  • September 01, 2016 01 Sep'16

    Datrium storage update boosts server flash cache capacity

    Datrium this week released a software update that enables a doubling of the per-server capacity of the flash cache used with its DVX storage system for VMware virtual machines. Datrium’s ...

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  • Using the AWS cache service to boost app performance

    Our enterprise wants to cache data to improve cloud and application performance. What options does Amazon ElastiCache have for cache node deployment? Continue Reading

  • Server-side caching defined and clarified

    Server-side caching, or flash storage installed in the server itself, is deployed to accelerate application performance. Placing the flash as close to the application as possible reduces latency and improves performance.

    Over the past couple of years, there has been a lot of development in this area, and today, there are a number of ways that you can insert flash storage into a server. For example, you can use SATA form factor SSDs that install in place of traditional hard disk drives. Or you can use flash storage that connects directly to the PCIe bus. An emerging option is to attach flash storage directly to the server's memory channel via dual in-line memory module (DIMM) slots. Each, of course, comes with strengths and weaknesses.

    There are also a variety of standards emerging for server-side caching that are important to understand when selecting a product.

    This Drill Down on server-side flash will compare and contrast the variety of ways that you can deploy the technology today to help readers better understand the pros and cons to each approach. It will also explain when server-side caching is a better (or worse) alternative to an all-flash or hybrid-flash storage array. There's so much going on in this space today that it can be hard to stay on top of it all. This Drill Down will help.

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  • How to select the best solid-state storage array for your environment

    These all-flash array and hybrid flash storage array performance factors will guide you in buying the right amount of flash. Continue Reading

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  • Compare Citrix Provisioning Services and Machine Creation Services

    One of the most important parts of setting up and managing a XenDesktop deployment is choosing which provisioning tool to use. Citrix provides one streaming option and another that creates VM clones. Continue Reading

  • Improve storage I/O with caching, tiering technology

    Storage systems are often perceived as performance bottlenecks, with virtualized environments contributing to higher I/O demands and with high-end apps that cannot tolerate latency. To a great degree, solid-state storage devices address many of these performance shortcomings, but in many cases, flash just pushes the bottleneck out into the storage network. While higher speed networks will help address those fabric-based performance obstacles, not all companies can easily upgrade their often extensive data and storage networks. The good news is that there are other, less disruptive ways of improving storage and storage network performance, including a revival of parallel I/O approaches, sophisticated caching methods and automated tiering functionality that matches applications with the appropriate media performance characteristics. Continue Reading

  • Base enterprise hybrid cloud evaluation on security, cost

    Explosive data growth has organizations looking at hybrid cloud storage to meet their capacity needs. But cloud costs and security issues need to be addressed. Continue Reading

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  • Virtual server bottlenecks among data storage problems

    Though virtual server performance bottlenecks remain among data storage problems, there are fixes available, but beware, each fix has side effects. Continue Reading

  • Is RAID 5 or RAID 10 a better Exchange 2013 storage choice?

    Choosing the right RAID level for your Exchange 2013 setup can prevent disk failures and improve overall storage performance. Continue Reading

  • Mobile goes back to the future with SOA principles

    Enterprise architects don't have to leave SOA principles behind when they develop mobile applications. Granted, the way SOA is applied may change, but it remains useful.

    In this handbook, contributor George Lawton and consultant Tom Nolle present mobile SOA success stories and further potential uses for SOA in mobile development. Lawton opens with an article on how SOA principles can be used to address mobile problems. Next, Lawton discovers how one company used caching services to improve mobile application performance. Nolle closes with an article on using SOA principles to design mobile contextual apps. Continue Reading

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