Primary and secondary storage
- August 27, 2009
Headlines: EMC RecoverPoint, Replication Manager and Navisphere will now allow provisioning and replication by virtual machine rather than by physical server or LUN; Tom Georgens replaces Dan Warmenhoven as NetApp CEO, says a release of scale-out ...
- August 20, 2009
Customers want the space savings and fast speed of solid-state drives, but high SSD prices and lack of widespread testing hurt adoption, VARs say.
- August 19, 2009
Headlines: STEC President and CTO Mark Moshayedi discusses enterprise MLC SSDs, the need for more market education and competition, and the next evolution after NAND; Dell'Oro Group's new SAN 5-year Forecast Report projects Fibre Channel over ...
- August 05, 2009
Headlines: LSI will add ONStor's NAS to its own Fibre Channel and iSCSI block storage to develop a multiprotocol storage platform; Quantum CEO Rick Belluzzo discusses his data deduplication strategy following EMC's acquisition of Data Domain, ...
- July 22, 2009
Headlines: Dell said it intends to expand through acquisitions: A look at the companies in play, and what data storage users and partners want from Dell going forward; HP takes another step into clustered storage with file-system vendor Ibrix, after...
- July 01, 2009
Headlines: Nexenta is looking to appeal to traditional enterprise data centers with the addition of new high-availability features for Sun's open-storage ZFS in NexentaStor 2.0; VMware and Cisco demonstrate a live virtual server migration, or ...
- June 17, 2009
Headlines: HP's StorageWorks 9100 Extreme Data Storage scale-out NAS system has been resized to target a broader market; emerging data archiving products focus on software-only delivery and grid architecture, latch onto cloud integration.
- June 10, 2009
Some partners are still reeling from NetApp's decision to kill its SMB StoreVault storage appliance. Others say the move simplified their lives.
- June 03, 2009
Headlines: HDS will add High Availability Manager to automate failover between USP V controllers; HP intros new block and file storage systems and gateways, new modular storage arrays, and virtualization bundle.
- May 27, 2009
Headlines: IBM will add SSD-specific data placement and monitoring capabilities to server/storage software; Autodesk changes the way AutoCAD files are saved to ensure compatibility with data deduplication products such as Riverbed's Steelhead ...
- May 11, 2009
Find out which types of storage buyers are driving iSCSI adoption, how they're doing it and what kinds of problems they're running into, in this drill-down on Storage magazine purchasing intentions survey results.
- May 06, 2009
Sun claims open storage traction; will Oracle approve? VMware vSphere 4's thin provisioning interest
Headlines: Sun makes incremental updates to its Amber Road NAS appliances and claims the open storage product line has amassed 800 customers in six months. But will Oracle Corp. approve its future? Storage management is a challenge in virtual server...
- April 15, 2009
Headlines: Startup Fusion-io's strategy is to push into the SSD-based systems market with software features like snapshots; EMC's new V-Max Symmetrix system adds the ability to pool multiple modular systems under one management framework.
- April 01, 2009
Headlines: Dell adds SSD support and claims hardware redesign will improve its EqualLogic IP SAN systems; Quantum's deduplicating VTL customers say their systems are slow to recover after power loss.
- March 18, 2009
Headlines: It's time for Phase 2 of EMC's SSD product development, according to president and CEO Joe Tucci, along with federated search for compliance archiving; and industry experts and storage administrators say vendors could do more to drive ...