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05 Sep 2017 5 Things You Need to Plan for When Migrating Data to the Cloud or Back Out of It [66115]
insideBIGDATA, September 5th, 2017

"In this special guest feature, Caio Milani, Director of Product Management at MarkLogic, discusses the need to have an exit strategy when embracing cloud technology in the event you decide to get the data out of one cloud and move it to another, or move it back to your own data center. He also offers 5 things you need to plan for when migrating data to the cloud or back out of it. Caio is responsible for various aspects of the product including infrastructure, operations, security, cloud and performance. Prior to joining MarkLogic, he held product management roles at EMC and Symantec where he was responsible for storage, high availability and management products..."
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14 Aug 2017 Oracle Releases Exadata Database for Bare-Metal Usage in Its Cloud [65694]
eWeek, August 14th, 2017

Chris Preimesberger writes in eWeek, "For more than three decades, Oracle was all about all-Oracle, all the time. There were myriad restrictions: Oracle required you to buy their hardware in order to run Oracle software; only Oracle's middleware worked with its apps; you needed certain kinds of support that only Oracle offered - unless you took a calculated gamble and went off the reservation to use Rimini Street or Quest Software - and so on.

As Microsoft, Cisco Systems, SAP and EMC have moved away from their proprietary ways in the last few years and seen the benefits of the open-hands approach, so has the giant database and cloud services provider. Oracle and the others haven't gone totally to the other side yet, and for some use cases they never will, but the ships are changing their courses..."
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06 Aug 2017 Hyperconverged Infrastructure Systems Are As Good As Their Software-Defined Storage, Says Gartner Analyst [65279]
silconANGLE, July 28th 2017

"The term 'Hyperconverged Infrastructure,' commonly called HCI, may bring to mind big metal boxes and hardware stacks. But in fact the hardware is the least important ingredient in integrated systems. The software layer - particularly, software-defined storage - is where differentiation occurs," notes R. Danes in silconANGLE.

"Gartner Inc. researchers say that HCI is the fastest-growing segment of the integrated systems market. In fact, it has predicted that the HCI market will reach nearly $5 billion and make up 24 percent of integrated systems sales by 2019. Market leaders like Dell EMC and Nutanix Inc. are increasingly calling attention to HCI's software layer and its place in multi-cloud..."
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28 Jul 2017 Hyperconverged Infrastructure Systems Are As Good As Their Software-Defined Storage, Says Gartner Analyst [65201]
silconANGLE, July 28th 2017

"The term 'Hyperconverged Infrastructure,' commonly called HCI, may bring to mind big metal boxes and hardware stacks. But in fact the hardware is the least important ingredient in integrated systems. The software layer - particularly, software-defined storage - is where differentiation occurs.

Gartner Inc. researchers say that HCI is the fastest-growing segment of the integrated systems market. In fact, it has predicted that the HCI market will reach nearly $5 billion and make up 24 percent of integrated systems sales by 2019. Market leaders like Dell EMC and Nutanix Inc. are increasingly calling attention to HCI's software layer and its place in multi-cloud..."
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19 Jun 2017 IDC And Gartner Q1 Sever Shipment Reports Show That Chinese Server Market Is Booming, But The Global Server Market Is In Depression [64479]
HPCWire, June 19th 2017

"Both IDC and Gartner recently released their 2017 Q1 Worldwide X86 Server Market Reports. The data indicates that the global server market is still facing a demand slump. According to IDC and Gartner, the worldwide server revenue in the first quarter of this year dropped 4.6% and 4.5% respectively. And the worldwide Top 5 server vendors in shipments are: Dell EMC, HPE, Lenovo, Huawei, Inspur..."
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