We’ve Partnered with Cloudian to Deliver Capacity-Intensive On-Premises Object Storage

Posted on July 7, 2020 by rawee.k

From small business to the enterprise, object storage is disrupting the fundamental strategy for how modern IT departments handle the explosion of unstructured data, including large data sets, multimedia files, backup and log files, or data archives. We’ve been posting about object storage technology benefits, including limitless scalability, geo-distribution or seamless hybrid cloud integration. It’s…

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Object Storage Solutions: 6 Ways to Save 70% vs. Traditional SAN/NAS

Posted on July 7, 2020 by rawee.k

As data volumes start to outpace operating budgets and the headcount needed to manage them. Instead of over-provisioning storage due to lack of visibility into how their organization uses data, storage managers are turning to new storage technologies for cost benefits without sacrificing features. Today’s forward-thinking IT departments are turning to object storage as a…

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Object Storage Solutions: 5 Reasons to Adopt a Hybrid Cloud Storage Strategy

Posted on July 7, 2020 by rawee.k

If you’ve weighed the benefits of cloud storage vs on-premises storage, you’ve probably discovered that the right solution for your data center is a mix of on-premises and public cloud services. The truth is, more often than not, hybrid cloud strategy between the two provides the greatest platform flexibility and economics. And while IT professionals…

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Announcement: VMware Core-Based Pricing Model Licensing Update

Posted on June 6, 2020 by rawee.k

If you manage a virtualized environments at your organization, you should be aware that effective April 2, 2020, VMware moved from a per-CPU pricing model to a core-based pricing model. As a result of this licensing change, VMware will require an additional CPU license if a server’s CPU has more than 32 physical cores. Announced…

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Server Solutions: 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Processor Cascade Lake Refresh Overview

Posted on June 6, 2020 by rawee.k

As we approach the mid-point of a tumultuous 2020, competition between Intel and AMD in the data center is starting to heat up. Despite the economic impact on business and technology and supply chain disruption from COVID-19, demand for server computing is growing, and Intel is looking to fend off AMD by pushing forward on…

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