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Expert Marc Staimer outlines the requirements and risks associated with open source object storage.
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Red Hat is adding features to its virtualization software to stay competitive, but is also worried about staying relevant as the industry moves to embrace cloud and containers.
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VMware VVOLs change how virtual machine storage is consumed, allowing data protection features to be managed at the software level.