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22 May 2017 What To Do With Legacy Assets In A Flash Storage World [63753]
Enterprise Storage Forum, May 22nd 2017

"'Legacy' is an interesting word. Aided by Gartner, Microsoft managed to convince the world in the mid-nineties that anything that wasn't a Windows-based server was old and hence 'legacy.' Who have thought just a few years ago that anything not flash would earn the very same moniker? Yet here we are.

All-flash arrays and hybrid storage arrays have established themselves as the standard. Storage areas networks (SANs) and network attached storage (NAS) using hard disk drives (HDDs), so long a staple of data storage, are now being sidelined as legacy.

So what should you be doing with all those antiques that are littering the data center?..."
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04 May 2017 Salesforce Expands Relationship with Dell, Signs Multi-Year Commitment to Use Dell EMC Infrastructure and Dell Laptops [63082]
Dell, May 4th 2017

Dell Inc., the essential infrastructure company, today announces that Salesforce, the world's fastest-growing top-five enterprise software company and #1 CRM provider globally, is expanding its relationship with Dell by signing a multi-year commitment to use Dell EMC infrastructure in its global data centers and empower its employees with Dell Latitude laptops.

Salesforce will extend its use of a variety of Dell EMC solutions, including VMAX All Flash and Isilon scale-out NAS storage arrays, Data Domain data protection products and PowerEdge servers. The new all-flash storage arrays will provide the petabyte-level storage and data protection Salesforce requires.
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18 Apr 2017 AMAX Launches StorMax Software Defined Storage Appliance NexentaStor [62664]
Nexenta, April 18th 2017

AMAX Launches StorMax Software Defined Storage Appliance

AMAX, a leading provider of Cloud/IaaS, Deep Learning, Enterprise computing infrastructure solutions, announced the release of StorMax SDS, a software defined storage solution enabling customers around the world to transform their storage infrastructure, increasing flexibility and agility, simplifying management, and dramatically reducing storage infrastructure costs without compromising on Availability, Reliability or Functionality.

AMAX StorMax SDS is a highly available software-designed storage solution that delivers unified file and block storage services with enterprise-grade data management, data integrity, and performance that can easily scale from tens of Terabytes to Petabytes.

Seamlessly integrated with NexentaStor, the plug and play appliances are designed to be a simple swap-in replacement of legacy block and file storage appliances, offering unlimited file system sizes, unlimited snapshots and clones, and inline data reduction for additional storage cost savings . The StorMax SDS is ideal for VMWare/OpenStack/CloudStack backend storage, generic NAS file services, home directory storage, and near-line archive and large-scale backup repositories.
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29 Mar 2017 Oracle Unveils Industry-First Cloud Converged Storage to Help Organizations Bridge On-Premises and Oracle Cloud Storage [62036]
Oracle, March 29th 2017

Organizations Can Seamlessly Merge Oracle Storage Cloud Functionality and Economics with the Power of High Performance Oracle ZFS Storage Appliances

Oracle unveiled the industry's first Cloud Converged Storage, representing the first time a public cloud provider at scale has integrated its cloud services with its on-premises, high performance NAS storage systems.

Oracle ZFS Cloud software, included in the latest Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance release, enables organizations to easily and seamlessly move data and/or applications to the cloud to optimize value and savings, while eliminating the need for external cloud gateways and avoiding the costs of software licenses and cloud access licenses - AKA "cloud entrance taxes" - charged by legacy on-premises vendors for the right to access the public cloud from their infrastructure platforms. As an example, Oracle's total cost of ownership versus one industry competitor was 87 percent less.
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28 Mar 2017 Is It Time To Reboot Primary Storage? [61961]
Storage-Switzerland, March 28th, 2017

"Primary storage has remained the same for quite some time. It comes in two primary forms: block or file, also known as SAN or NAS. Yes, each of these two forms can be filled with a mix of ingredients, including SATA drives, SAS drives, and flash drives. You have all-flash SAN/NAS, hybrid SAN/NAS, and SATA SAN/NAS devices. But in the end, it basically comes down to the same two choices we had 20 years ago, 'Do you want block or file?'

In contrast, other storage markets have been heating up for a while. We have multiple new ways to store, protect, and share data that are offering customers many ways to save money while keeping their data safe at the same time. Why doesn't primary storage incorporate these features? Is it time for a reboot?..."
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