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20 Apr 2017 Why Data Storage Issues Keep CIOs Up at Night [62619]
CIO Insight, April 20th 2017

CIOs are concerned that ever-increasing data storage issues will stall digital transformation efforts. Find out how they're responding to this challenge

"With storage capabilities struggling to keep up with the growth of data, the majority of CIOs and other organizational leaders are reassessing their data storage approaches and strategies, according to a recent survey from SUSE. The resulting report, "Numbers Tell Stories," indicates that most IT decision-makers are concerned that data growth may cause storage issues that will stall digital transformation initiatives. They're also worried that storage costs will rise dramatically as capacity requirements increase. Given this, most said their company is moving toward the adoption of software-defined storage. Through SDS, virtualization separates storage hardware from the software that manages it, enabling IT departments to pursue the provisioning and management of data storage independently of hardware..."
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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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17 Apr 2017 ZeroStack And Nexenta Offer Converged Cloud/Storage Solution [62663]
Nexenta, April 11th 2017

ZeroStack Teams up with Nexenta to Create Integrated Private Cloud Solution that Reduces Cloud Operations & Storage Costs for Enterprise and Cloud Workloads

ZeroStack, the leader in making self-driving private cloud affordable for all companies, and Nexenta, the global leader in Open Source-driven Software-Defined Storage (OpenSDS), announced a joint solution that integrates ZeroStack's Intelligent Cloud Platform with Nexenta's storage systems to create a pre-tested, completely automated, and fully supported converged private cloud solution. With this solution, enterprises and managed service providers can now leverage Nexenta's industry-first hardware and protocol-agnostic Software-Defined Storage (SDS) portfolio, delivering complete freedom from storage hardware vendor lock-in, to build a highly resilient and high performing cloud for application development, running packaged enterprise applications and hosting.
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02 Apr 2017 Software-Defined Storage: Where It's Headed [61881]
Enterprise Storage Forum, March 24th, 2017

Drew Robb writes in Enterprise Storage Forum, "While storage marketing and technology labels come and go, software-defined storage (SDS) continues to be used as the preferred term to define a trend towards data storage becoming independent of the underlying hardware. The term itself is somewhat loose but generally encompasses policy-based provisioning and data management in a hardware agnostic fashion.

Features such as pooling, automation or tiering, for example, may also be part of the mix. Some go as far as to consider anything cloud to be in the software-defined camp. But regardless of the various opinions on how to define it, there are some definite views on where software-defined storage is heading..."
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24 Mar 2017 Software-Defined Storage: Where It's Headed [61765]
Enterprise Storage Forum, March 24th, 2017

"While storage marketing and technology labels come and go, software-defined storage (SDS) continues to be used as the preferred term to define a trend towards data storage becoming independent of the underlying hardware. The term itself is somewhat loose but generally encompasses policy-based provisioning and data management in a hardware agnostic fashion.

Features such as pooling, automation or tiering, for example, may also be part of the mix. Some go as far as to consider anything cloud to be in the software-defined camp. But regardless of the various opinions on how to define it, there are some definite views on where software-defined storage is heading..."
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