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After helping bring data de- duplication to the forefront as a must-have capability in the backup process, Data Domain is taking de-dupe a step further by expanding its operating system to go beyond backup with support for nearline applications.
It has been just a few months since Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) overhauled its enterprise-class Universal Storage Platform (USP).
Hewlett-Packard is out to bring blades to the masses with an all-in-one system complete with server, storage, networking, and data protection in an enclosure about the same size as a desk-side PC.
End users in search of a way to consolidate backup and archive data onto a single system may be in luck.
Traditional hard disk drives (HDDs) have been the storage technology of choice for decades.
Over the past few years virtualization has evolved from an industry buzzword into a full-fledged revolutionary force in the data center.
In a keynote at last month’s VMworld show in San Francisco, Cisco CEO John Chambers likened the rise of virtualization to the rise of the Internet, saying that virtualization will “usher in a new generation of productivity, changing how we work, where we work, and the nature of work itself.
This issue marks our 10-year anniversary and, since our staff is geographically dispersed, we virtualized the celebration, complete with virtual martinis (VMs).
About five years ago,</b> I wrote an article in this magazine exposing one of IT’s now- infamous dirty little secrets. Backup and recovery, as it was done then, was grossly inefficient, and IT was fully aware of it.
Each month, InfoStor rounds up timely new product announcements, providing a buyer?s guide for professionals.
A relatively new set of tools enables IT administrators to manage across multiple domains, including servers and storage.
Users should consider archiving, data compression, and data de-duplication.
FVS, or file/NAS virtualization, simplifies the management of proliferating, heterogeneous NAS systems.