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Red Hat's roadmap for Ceph and Gluster products includes a unified management console, support for containers and protocol/interface expansion.
Condusiv adds an analytical engine to its V-locity software that boosts I/O performance in Microsoft environments.
DataDirect Networks announces plans for a hyper-converged system that can scale to petabytes, along with capacity improvements for its WOS platform.
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Although type-1 hypervisors are the popular choice today, there is still a market for type-2 hypervisors in an IT environment.
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There are six different types of VMM profiles but not all of them all compatible with the VM and the service templates.
Veritas VP Matt Cain talks about the hybrid spinoff's plans for NetBackup, Backup Exec, appliances, the hybrid cloud and data information.
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VMware Virtual Volumes make storage array data services available to virtual machines. But what does it mean when a backup software product supports VVOLs?