Data Center Trends: Why You Need a Ceph Storage Cluster in the Data Center, on the Cloud and at the Edge

Posted on July 7, 2021 by rawee.k

By 2025, IT analyst Garter predicts that 75% of all data will be produced at the edge or places other than on-premises, citing the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and 5G as accelerating the trend. To run the critical containerized applications, or AI and data analytics workloads required to support geographically distributed users, data center…

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Data Center Strategy: Explanation of NVMe over Fabrics (NVMe-oF)

Posted on June 6, 2021 by rawee.k

To meet the growing number of data center services and private-cloud applications, IT departments are replacing traditional direct attached storage (DAS) with NVMe flash-based arrays and storage targets that utilize NVMe over Fabrics (NVMe-oF) technologies. You may be surprised to learn that the NVMe protocol is not limited to connecting flash SSDs by PCIe within…

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Data Center Strategy: All-Flash NVMe Architecture Solutions

Posted on June 6, 2021 by rawee.k

The challenge to meet the performance demands of on-prem data center applications and services – including high-performance computing (HPC), cloud computing, SQL/NoSQL databases, virtualization (VMs/containers), AI/ML and data analytics – has forced organizations to explore an all-flash NVMe solution. Generally, IT departments migrate to NVMe from traditional SATA or SAS storage in the data center,…

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Data Center Strategy: 5 Benefits of OSNEXUS Storage Grid for Veeam Backup Targets

Posted on April 4, 2021 by rawee.k

Modern data growth is straining legacy backup platforms. As IT budgets are forced to grow, organizations, like , require a more simplified and economical approach to Veeam backup and recovery data – without sacrificing operational efficiency. Planning for business continuity has become a critical aspect of the modern digital enterprise; one that involves extensive (and…

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Data Storage Strategy: What is High-Performance Object Storage?

Posted on April 4, 2021 by rawee.k

If you’ve only considered object storage at for secondary applications, such as archiving and backup, it might be time to re-examine the landscape of data management, as you may be overpaying for on-premises performance-driven storage. While it’s true that early object storage adoption had historically been associated with backing up large volumes of secondary unstructured…

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