On/Off Capacity on Demand DEFINITION: Capacity on demand (COD) is a purchasing option that allows companies to receive equipment with more computer processing, storage, or other capacity than the company needs at the time of purchase, and have that extra capacity remain unused and unpaid for until the company actually requires it. Vendors are promoting capacity on demand as a cost-effective and time-saving alternative to more traditional
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As you're considering all-flash arrays for your enterprise, if you're not looking closely at effective capacity you may be selling yourself short. Calvin Zito at HPE spotlights HPE Nimble Storage and compares its effective capacity to other all-flash arrays in this brief video. Tune in for the details.
Siva Sivakumar, Sr. Director of UCS Solutions at Cisco, sits down with Paul Speciale, Chief Product Officer at Scality, in this webinar to discuss how software-defined storage meets the needs of petabyte-scale computing.
Virtualization is now generally recognized as one of the key enablers of these objectives. As organizations explore virtualization solutions, the challenge is to select the right strategic vendor with the best solution set for their business.
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