This white paper may have the answer. Read on to explore the concept of storage economics, the idea that careful calculation and remapping of your existing storage infrastructure can allow you to both improve performance and lower TCO. Read on to learn more.
Use this guide as a means to building your all-flash array business case by characterizing your apps and their requirements. Inside, you'll learn how to construct your AFA case, while reviewing five factors to consider before making your purchase.
In this e-guide, John Webster of the Evaluator Group describes the typical issues that come with HDFS, and how you can mitigate them. Discover ways to avoid disk failure, data loss scenarios, loss of connectivity, and more.
Check out this e-guide for a comprehensive overview of some of the storage industries most fundamental topics— like replication vs. backup—to make sure you are taking advantage of everything they have to offer your organization.
This expert E-Guide uncovers why more of your peers are using cloud storage for nearline data. Read now to learn about the performance, scalability, and cost benefits that make cloud storage appealing for primary storage systems, and determine whether it makes sense for your organization's particular needs.
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.
Each year, new storage challenges come to the surface, and vendors set out on creating solutions to overcome them. In this issue of Storage Magazine, our editors examine the current storage lineup and reveal the offerings that stand out across six critical categories.
In the November 2012 Storage Magazine, find the results of this year’s annual Storage Salary Survey and find expert articles from Rich Castagna, Jon Toigo, Terri McClure and others addressing BYOD, storage clouds, LTFS, NAS upgrades and much more.
IDC interviewed eight FalconStor customers that had deployed at least one or a combination of the following FalconStor storage management solutions: Virtual Tape Library (VTL), Network Storage Server (NSS), and Continuous Data Protector (CDP). All customers reported high levels of satisfaction.
Whether you are consolidating your storage, trying to improve application performance, or looking to get the most out of your databases, it’s important to ask the right questions. This quick guide will arm you with the questions you need to consider when reviewing your storage strategy.