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Replication Virtualisation Hardware/Media Strategy


Changing the rules of the game

The all-flash array is altering the rules of storage, argues Troy Alexander, Systems Engineer at Tintri

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Pressure sensitive?

The growth in cloud services is putting increased pressure on data centre resiliency, suggests Adrian Barker, General Manager EMEA at RF Code

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NCE acquired by Park Place

Company's sixth acquisition in a year

New NVMe offerings from Kaminario

A 'new class' of All-flash storage solutions

Accelerating AI evolution

With new all-flash arrays from AccelStor

Buffalo helps businesses scale with high-performance NAS

Available partially or fully populated with Native 10GbE, and capacities up to 64 TB

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Compuverde VNAS

With the promise of big costs savings and greater flexibility, software defined storage (SDS) architectures are rapidly gaining traction in today's data centres

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Case study

Accelerated learning

Solihull School is able to back up more data, faster, thanks to Arcserve UDP

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Welcome to the August edition of the Storage magazine eNewsletter, which might make it seem as though the only trend of any note in the industry at present is all-flash: not only do we have two news announcements (from AccelStor and Kaminario), but one of our main features this issue, from Tintri’s Troy Alexander, is also focused on the subject. There is little doubt that flash is remaking how IT infrastructures are architected and managed.

Troy argues though that there is more to a successful flash implementation than a high performance data repository: “Simply bolting on flash as a cache to an existing HDD-based platform can provide some level of performance acceleration but at significant economic and opportunity cost. Flash opens up a range of new possibilities, especially in a VM-aware storage (VAS) infrastructure.” A technology designed around VAS, he contends, can leverage flash benefits and is ideal for any type of hardware architecture.

David Tyler, Editor david.tyler@btc.co.uk

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