NetApp recently purchased SolidFire to expand their all flash storage product line. Learn more about the new NetApp flash product suite.
Flash storage has historically had a cost per byte ratio that was too high to be competitive in the data center, but now it can compete with spinning disk.
We sat down and conducted an interview with the VP of Marketing at Server Central discussing their Elk Grove data center.
Flash storage and particularly all-flash arrays are a much more viable option for today’s business than ever before. See why this trend isn’t going away.
October 23, 2015 The NetApp E-Series and EF-Series storage solutions are two tremendously versatile collections of storage arrays. From the E2700 to the E5500 and E5600 in the E-Series to the EF550 and EF560 in the EF-Series, NetApp has deployed these arrays with great success in a wide range of situations. In large part, […]
May 12, 2015 The purpose of this blog is to give you an overview of EMC’s Isilon Scale-out NAS solution, discuss how it is such a transformative technology in the NAS space, and why it is important in today’s day and age. Introduction to Isilon There have been a lot of changes in the […]
Nimble’s Storage on Demand offers significant benefits to the enterprise. Learn the value on the Mindsight Technology Blog.
Nimble Storage has a unique architecture that lends several key advantages. Learn the benefits on the Mindsight Advanced Technology Blog.
March 11, 2015 Software Defined Datacenters or (SDDC) have been the major architectural milestone for the data center virtualization industry. Compute resources have been effectively virtualized to be mobile and flexible, however, storage and networking still exist as less pliable programmatic, granular, and modular design components in virtualization. In his post, “VMware’s Strategy for […]
November 19, 2014 As you may or may not know, storage has historically been a pain point for most organizations in terms of exploding data growth, data protection needs (disaster recovery), increasingly demanding virtualized applications (want access to read/write very quickly), and the fact that storage technologies have been complex/difficult to manage. Furthermore, the […]