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Fitesa’s IT department began to search for an updated solution that eliminated vendor lock-in and had low storage hardware requirements while meeting their budgets. They found one in StorMagic.
NEWS ANALYSIS: As AWS has scaled out, it now perceives a need for new-gen functionality inside DBs that are easier to manage, not as expensive to maintain, and more flexible in integrating and moving workloads.
Compared to where IT was a few years ago, effective and easy-to-navigate self-service analytics has become much more difficult to achieve. Kelly Stirman explains why and what enterprises can do about it.
DAILY VIDEO: Micron picks Manassas, Va., as the site for a high-speed memory chip factory, and a Linux kernel developer criticizes Intel for its Meltdown and Spectre response.
NEWS ANALYSIS: New high-speed memory chip manufacturing facility will expand Micron’s production capacity in Virginia and contribute as much as $1 billion in annual technology exports to the U.S. economy.
The two companies revealed at VMworld that they are launching a limited availability of VMware vCloud Availability for vCloud Director on IBM Cloud, which is designed to enable a multi-tenant VMware environment for disaster recovery.
The cloud storage and tools management provider introduced a new, more complete collaboration with Google’s G Suite in a public beta, building upon a longtime existing partnership with the internet search leader.
Purpose-built appliance for VMware and AWS merges Asigra Cloud Backup and iXsystems TrueNAS storage to protect business data.
Equinix Inc. is a builder and maintainer of new-generation data and interconnect centers. The company connects more than 9,800 companies directly to their customers and partners across what it claims to be the “world’s most interconnected” data center and interconnection platform.
Trend continues: IT managers—responsible for collecting, maintaining, protecting and storing corporate data within their budgetary constraints—are looking more and more to subscription cloud services to secure and store corporate business content.
This pre-configured system consists of Red Hat and Maxta software bundled on Intel Data Center Blocks hardware. The joint package provides appliance-based hyperconvergence benefits without the disadvantages of conventional systems.