Tiered Storage has been a storage industry buzz word for several years, its justification and value have been twisted and misconstrued by vendors and analysts alike. Listen to this Podcast and learn about three facts that probably don't coincide are.
Posted: 17 Oct 2006 | Premiered: Oct 18, 2006, 09:00 EDT (13:00 GMT)
Scalability and availability are key factors of an effective DSS or DW solution. Adhering to the best practices outlined in this article for integrating Dell EqualLogic PS Series iSCSI SAN arrays into the design can help IT administrators create a scalable high-performance infrastructure.
This expert E-Guide from SearchStorage.com highlights the latest SRM advances and gives examples of where and when you'd utilize them. Read on for the scoop on agentless SRMs, find pro tips for integrating SRM with your virtual environment, and find a 3-question SRM Q&A with a Gartner research director for storage technologies and strategies.
Learn how to protect remote office data while simplifying backup and recovery tasks. Be better prepared for and recover more easily from equipment failure, virus attack or accidental loss of vital files.
This data sheet introduces a software designed to provide comprehensive management reporting of storage environments via consolidated key management statistics and business intelligence views of the storage environment. Read on to explore an approach to managing storage capacity and performance requirements.
Storage volumes are expanding with no apparent limit, while backup and recovery processes grow steadily more complex. Navigate the new product landscape and identify key issues needed to address balance efficiency and risk in your backup environment.
Fujifilm Tape Environment Analysis is the first vendor-agnostic, platform-neutral, comprehensive assessment for tape storage systems. It provides an assessment of the backup environment culminating in a report that includes recommendations to maximize existing resources, avoid unnecessary expenditures and ensure compliance requirements are met.
Managing, organizing, and storing data can be a difficult task. Storage managers have, in recent years, turned to SRM tools to aid them in these tasks; however, recent data has shown that these tools have failed to meet the high demands of today’s data growth. Read on to learn more about the SRM landscape and how they struggle to meet demands.