CW ANZ June 2017: Flash makes a spash

CW ANZ June 2017: Flash makes a spash


In this month’s CW ANZ, we find out why more and more Australian enterprises are now turning to all-flash storage technology to replace spinning disk storage systems, thanks to lower costs and reduced complexity. Sensing this business opportunity, Optus Business has teamed up with storage supplier Pure Storage to offer on-premise and cloud-based all-flash storage and services aimed at small and medium-sized enterprises.

Also in this issue:

From backup to data management: Beyond data backup, extracting more metadata to improve business processes and data management will become more important, says a senior Veritas executive

Australian startups find their way in the cloud: Public cloud services have empowered Australian startups to scale up and go global from day one

Getting past the hyper-convergence hype: While hyper-converged systems may imply different architectures based on the context, conceptually it refers to integrated technologies – servers and storage – that are managed as a single unit using software. We take a look at the key drivers for the development of hyper-converged solutions and how they will transform the way applications are delivered.

08 Jun 2017
08 Jun 2017
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