Press, Published Articles & Blogs
Can we extract information from the storage array today? Yes, we can. But one has to use a myriad of tools from a variety of vendors and do a lot of heavy lifting to get some meaningful information out of storage.
Amazon is hiring thousands of people, and where it’s hiring offers clues about where the AWS roadmap is headed.
This is a big title deserving a full blown report, maybe even evolving market landscape research, but here are a few teasers to get your juices flowing -
1. IT should be constantly striving to provide more value and return back to the business
2. Data is too valuable to just persist, protect, backup, and archive. ...
What if IT could deploy a “data service” that auto-magically on ingest turned all kinds of data into a big coherent linked data set? A giant Facebook for the business and all it’s data entitites? With that service, business users and operationally focused apps could immediately query across all data (think data lake and externally linked in data too), not looking for specific records as in SQL or certain terms as in search (although these are powerful paradigms too), but to find inherent patterns and relationships between business objects and entities.Read More
Replication across AWS cloud regions is now a checkbox item in the management console, circumventing homegrown and third-party tools.
Qumulo demonstrates its new file system, the heart of its software-defined-storage product.
- Premiered: 03/25/15
- Author: Tom Fenton
- Published: Virtualization Review
The highly anticipated VMware Virtual Volumes feature is now available, and increasing vendor support is expected over the next 18 months.
- Premiered: 03/20/15
- Author: Arun Taneja
- Published: TechTarget: Search Virtual Storage