Storage News & Reviews
Chris Preimesberger, January 08, 2021 10:00 PM
Charles King, December 02, 2020 11:31 AM
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eWEEK IT BUSINESS ANALYSIS: The backstory about how and why DreamWorks has moved its computing center to Lenovo's new data center equipment, following a longtime relationship with HPE.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: As IT teams under pressure to meet stringent service-level agreements look to migrate apps to the public cloud, many are running into unexpected challenges.
eWEEK STORAGE NEWS: New capabilities and applications, along with other KumoScale control-plane services, are deployed and managed via what the company calls a Kubernetes “micro-cluster.”
eWEEK DATA PROTECTION NEWS: Platform secures data lakes built on Amazon Web Services and S3, will be adding more cloud options in future.
eWEEK EXECUTIVE Q&A: IBM's Denis Kennelly is one of the most influential executives in the data storage industry. eWEEK contributing writer Charles King, a principal analyst with PUND-IT, discusses trends and the roadmap ahead for Kennelly and IBM.
eWEEK STORAGE ANALYSIS: Big Blue spares little expense in its own testing and development to bring new storage tech to markets.
eWEEK STORAGE MARKET NEWS: Thirty-one vendors were listed and studied, revealing seven leaders: Dell, DDN, IBM, NetApp, Pure Storage, Qumulo and VAST Data.
eWEEK STORAGE NEWS: Veteran data management provider updates its ONTAP platform to offer what it calls "storageless" data protection, in which app developers need not worry about storage requirements.
eWEEK NEWS ANALYSIS: First-of-its-kind DMaaS package charts new course in data management for mid-size and enterprise users.
eWEEK BIG DATA ANALYSIS: Last week, the company announced new and upcoming data services based on the Cloudera Data Platform (CDP). Coming a year after the company purchased Arcadia Data, a provider of cloud-native, AI-driven business intelligence and analytics solutions, makes that acquisition...
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Cybercriminals thrive on--and use to their advantage--their victims' lack of preparation or overconfidence in what was deployed.