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Posted:  13 Jun 2012
Published:  13 Jun 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  8  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

“Big data” is a somewhat mythical term. But, generally, it can refer to data sets that are too large to be stored appropriately. This is, of course, relative to the size and scope of an organization and its IT infrastructure. And while analytics can play a big part in harnessing big data, they also place new burdens on storage systems.

This E-Guide from SearchStorage.com highlights some of the key features every storage system needs to meet the challenges of big data. Within, learn about important considerations for capacity, latency, access, security, and more.






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