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From HyperConvergence to Enterprise Cloud – The Next Giant Leap for Nutanix

Imagine if an enterprise could have all the advantages of private clouds – high-level of security, control and visibility – and all the advantages public clouds – elasticity, simplicity, and lower cost – all rolled into one cloud platform. This is Nutanix’s vision and it may soon be a reality with the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud announcement outlined last week at the Nutanix .NEXT Conference 2016.

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Taneja Blog / Virtualization / Systems and Technology

New Solutions Deliver Non-Disruptive, Flash-Powered Acceleration, Outside of the Array

Server-enabled acceleration is no longer just a tactical approach to solving application performance issues

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  • Premiered: 06/24/16
  • Author: Jeff Byrne
Topic(s): Flash Virtualization VMWare SanDisk Western Digital
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Enterprise SSDs: The Case for All-Flash Data Centers

Adding small amounts of flash as cache or dedicated storage is certainly a good way to accelerate a key application or two, but enterprises are increasingly adopting shared all-flash arrays to increase performance for every primary workload in the data center.

Taneja Blog / Systems and Technology

Hyperconverged Storage Evolves - Or is it Pivoting When it Comes to Pivot3?

Pivot3 recently acquired NexGen (Mar 2016). Many folks have been wondering what they are doing. Pivot3 has made a name in the surveillance/video vertical with bulletproof hyperconvergence based on highly reliable data protection(native erasure coding) and large scalability (no additional east/west traffic with scale) as a specialty. So what does NexGen IP bring?  For starters, multi-tier flash performance and enterprise storage features (like snapshots).

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  • Premiered: 06/22/16
  • Author: Mike Matchett
Topic(s): Pivot3 NexGen Flash hyperconvergence
Taneja Blog / Virtualization / Cloud / Systems and Technology

We Can No Longer Contain Containers!

Depsite naysayers (you know who you are!) I’ve been saying this is the year for containers, and half way into 2016 it’s looking like I’m right. The container community is maturing enterprise grade functionality, perhaps modeled on virtualization predecessors, extremely rapidly. ContainerX is one of those interesting solutions that fills in a lot of gaps for enterprises looking to stand up containers in production. In fact, they claim to be the “vSphere for Containers”.

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  • Premiered: 06/22/16
  • Author: Mike Matchett
Topic(s): ContainerX containers Docker

What Will Happen When the USPTO Releases its APIs to the Wild?

Recently, United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Director Michelle Lee talked about releasing its APIs for patent data into the wild.

  • Premiered: 06/20/16
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: IP Watchdog
Topic(s): API Google Mike Matchett Big Data big data analytics scalability
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