In this guide we look at LUN provision and management, RAID and flash storage, plus tuning for analytics workloads and key emerging technologies that can give your organisation a competitive advantage in mission-critical operations, such as storage-class memory, NVMe flash and persistent memory.
Read this paper for information on data-generating technologies now available, the emerging applications that are harnessing them, and the desire among business executives across a broad range of industries to mine these applications for competitive advantage in some cases, and for the well-being of humanity in others.
This all encompassing SearchStorage.com e-book will cover the bases of solid-state drives (SSD). Learn more about adding SSD drives instead of disk drives, how to implement NAND flash, and the benefits and fallbacks of standalone SSD arrays.
Check out this one-page infographic to examine the current state of solid state storage. Find out what this technology holds for the future and discover just how much it's going to cost. Read on to learn more.
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.
Read the presentation transcript now to learn where exactly companies are investing their IT dollars in 2010, how to successfully meet your backup and recovery objectives, various solutions that are available and much more.
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.
Utrecht University's Biomolecular Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics Group needed to process and safeguard data. Learn how the department worked with Dell to deploy an object-based, clustered storage platform for better data management.