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The analytics engine helps bring cloud costs down by enabling applications to be self-aware of their resource needs.
Company signs joint venture for $100 million in procurement options and a $25 million equity commitment to support expansion of sales, marketing and engineering.
The move to Tsinghua Unigroup should help Intel gain better access to the Chinese market. Intel ranks sixth globally among NAND memory chip manufacturers.
The San Francisco-based cloud storage and business productivity tool maker, which had secretly filed to go public in January, plans to raise $500 million to push the business forward.
If a storage system cannot automatically rebound after a disaster by restoring all the company’s data in a timely fashion—which means minutes or hours, not days or weeks—then it’s virtually worthless. Enterprises need to look closely at their data-recovery processes before a loss happens.
The supply of server DRAM has not kept up with demand, even though suppliers have assigned more capacity to their server product lines. Large data center projects in North America have contributed to the strong demand, researcher said.
Used correctly, data lakes can provide companies with new insights and competitive advantages. Here are seven ways to get the most out of your data lake.
The new WorkloadWisdom provides administrators with a scalable high-performance platform for storage workload modeling, testing, validation and performance analysis.
Some of these regulatory issues, especially involving large multinational corporations, can’t all be solved by simple clicks of software, so Box has an additional option: new professional services.
CloudPoint 2.0 features new-generation snapshot management and orchestration technology that uses Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud native snapshots.
The deal ends a long, strange trip for Mozy, expands Carbonite’s customer base and better positions the company to offer its data protection platform to every segment of the market.