Our final issue of Storage Magazine Online in 2012 features one of our most popular annual columns: Hot Technologies for Next Year. Explore this month's cover story, in which our team of editors team up to tell you the six technologies to watch in 2013 - and why they should be on your radar if they're not already.
View the helpful blog post to learn how to build the most cost-effective applications using Windows Azure Storage (WAS) by understanding how bandwidth, transactions, and capacity are billed.
With Fibre Channel, iSCSI and even prepackaged storage-plus-SAN solutions available, figuring out which makes sense for your particular environment can be tricky. So, when it comes to virtual server storage, choose wisely. Learn provisioning tactics that can help organizations make the most of their storage.
Read this white paper to learn about 12 best practices for data backup and recovery such as Reliability, Breadth of Offering, Security, Accessibility, Scalability, Cost-effectiveness and more!
This E-Guide elaborates on the latest data storage trends, including unstructured data growth, demands for multi-tenancy in the cloud, software-defined networking, and more. Learn about recent announcements from HP, how their new offerings differ from those of their competitors, and whether experts think they are worth your consideration.
You can’t make the best storage decisions for your business if you’re not asking the right questions. Our “New Storage Buying Criteria for Shared Virtual Infrastructure RFP template” makes it easy. Use it to help ensure the solutions you choose can deliver extreme flexibility and efficiency, and a “future-proof” foundation.
One of the most important decisions that you have to make when deploying a new storage solution is what RAID type(s) to use. Read this white paper for a discussion on how to select the right RAID policy for your Dell EqualLogic™ storage area network (SAN) arrays.
This comprehensive white paper explores how Oracle's Sun ZFS Storage Appliances can perform complex processing for compression, deduplication, real-time storage analytics, and other advanced data services without slowing down I/O throughput and without costing more than competing solutions.