Learn how to formulate a storage capacity plan that won't bust the IT budget; here, you will also find guidance on how to reduce component complexity with the adoption of now-affordable SSDs, all-flash arrays, and storage as a service, so as to accommodate unstructured data growth.
RAID has been a mainstay of data protection for decades, but now its days may soon be numbered. In the May 2010 cover story of Storage magazine, Marc Staimer details the various issues of traditional RAID today and highlights how alternative technologies aim to address these problems. More...
As infrastructure elements are now abstracted from their hardware layers and controlled by software, highly resilient, shared datastores can help you grow as go. Download this white paper to learn the 5 benefits of adopting software-defined storage (SDS) and how an SDS approach can fulfill your growing datastorage needs.
This case study looks at why Datalink recommended and ultimately implemented Network Appliance Fabric-Attached Storage (FAS) systems with disk-based WORM storage and replication capabilities for CitiStreet's distary recovery needs.
A growing trend in small businesses is to solve storage problems with a simpler, more elegant technology: network-attached storage (NAS). Continue reading to learn about NAS appliances such as Cisco® Small Business NSS 300 Series Smart Storage solution, as well as learn the reasons why it differs from other NAS storage method.
In this presentation transcript, learn how HP Storage Essentials helps you optimize your storage for server virtualization by giving you greater visibility of your entire storage infrastructure- ensure savings!
With HP's Insight Capacity Advisor Virtualization Services, organizations can get better return on investment (ROI) and achieve lower total cost of ownership (TCO). Additionally, these services make better use of your infrastructure and increase overall flexibility and reliability throughout it. Read this paper for details.
This expert eGuide analyses what some of the cloud-based data storage providers offer such as: technologies to ensure fast file access, interactive management consoles for configuration, oversight, defining policies and more. Also, review the process for transitioning from on-premises to cloud-based data storage.
In this e-guide: The big three offer cloud file storage that can ease hybrid cloud operations, with consistency between cloud and on-premise as well as greater enterprise application compatibility.