Storage Management Featured Articles

Oracle Explains How Pillar Buy Fits Its Storage Strategy
June 30, 2011 -- Oracle assures observers that its pending purchase of Pillar Data Systems is all part of a larger plan.
World's Data Doubling Every Two Years
June 28, 2011 -- Storing data is a growing business, perhaps more than most IT professionals ever imagined, according to IDC.
Panasas Parallel Storage Appliance Holds 6 Petabytes
June 20, 2011 -- Panasas announces its ActiveStor 11 storage appliance will be able to handle up to six petabytes of hard-disk capacity.
Xyratex to Ship HPC File Appliance
June 17, 2011 -- The company claims its Lustre-based storage system will let users store petabytes of data and retrieve them at blazing speeds.
ESG Lab Review: SQL Server 2008 and Hyper-V
June 17, 2011 -- This report presents the results of ESG Lab testing of the performance and scalability of Hyper-V R2  SP1 server virtualization technology.
Hitachi to Offer Turnkey Private Cloud Solutions
June 14, 2011 --  The company aims to make cloud computing easy for eager but reluctant enterprises.
NEC Shows New Content-Addressable Memory Tech
June 13, 2011 -- New technology developed by NEC and Tohoku University can save data to non-volatile memory even when the power is off.
Fujitsu Partners with Microsoft on Cloud Services, Storage
June 9, 2011 -- Microsoft and Fujitsu plan August rollout for Windows Azure running in Fujitsu datacenters in Japan.
6 Storage Resource Management Pain Points--Mitigated
June 6, 2011 -- Storage resource management is no walk in the park. It's time to put some good tools to work for it.
Likewise Expands Storage Authentication
June 3, 2011 -- Likewise aims to make it easier to have CIFS/SMB and NFS authentication to work together on storage networks.
ESG Lab Review: DataCore SANsymphonyV
June 2, 2011 -- ESG Lab evaluated SANsymphony-V with an eye on assessing the value of infrastructure-wide storage virtualization including centralized management, ease of use, capacity efficiency, data mobility, and performance.