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30 May 2017 Kokomo School Corporation Accelerates Learning with NetApp [63974]
NetApp, May 30th 2017

School district increases teaching time, adds classroom technology and quickly delivers resources using NetApp converged infrastructure with all-flash arrays

"Our students are our main priority," said Jason Gaunt, director of technology systems for Kokomo School Corporation. "With NetApp, we can be sure that students have access to the technologies they need to learn, while our teachers and administrators have access to the information they need to do their jobs and better support our students."
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28 May 2017 Where All-Flash Storage Makes No Sense [63644]
Enterprise Storage Forum, May 18th 2017

Drew Robb writes in Enterprise Storage Forum, "'Go all-flash, young man,' appears to be the current mantra of the storage industry. Vendor after vendor is urging enterprises to ditch hard disk drives (HDDs) in favor of solid state drives (SSDs). You also hear about flash-first strategies that urge organizations to look at flash storage first, last and always.

While this approach makes sense in many cases, what about existing storage assets? And in particular, are there any times when all-flash storage just doesn't make sense?

Here are some possible situations where it might be wise to skip the flash:..."
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24 May 2017 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Delivers The Broadest and Deepest Flash Storage Portfolio for Hybrid IT [63771]
HPE, May 24th 2017

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced a comprehensive flash portfolio update with new products and data protection solutions designed to help customers continue their journey to an all- flash data center. The new offerings include:

  • A more powerful midrange HPE 3PAR StoreServ 9450 all-flash array
  • Availability of Nimble Storage primary and new secondary flash arrays
  • Affordable fifth generation HPE MSA Storage
  • High-speed, cloud-connected StoreOnce data protection

The adoption of flash storage continues to gain pace, with 51 percent of customers predicting that they will have an All-Flash Data Center within five years. It's not just enterprises, smaller companies are also adopting flash as prices come down. At the same time, IT teams are seeking deeper integration across servers, storage, networks, and automation tools to maximize value from investments...
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24 May 2017 NetApp Reports Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2017 Results [63791]
NetApp, May 24th 2017

NetApp reported financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year 2017, ended April 28, 2017.

  • Net Revenues for Q4 up 5% quarter-over-quarter and 7% year-over-year.
  • Q4 All-flash array annualized net revenue run rate of $1.70 billion, up almost 140% year-over-year.
  • Over an exabyte of flash shipped in fiscal year 2017.
  • $913 million returned to shareholders in share repurchases and cash dividends in fiscal year 2017.
  • First quarter fiscal year 2018 dividend to increase by 5% to $0.20 per share.

Net Revenues of $1.48 Billion for the Fourth Quarter and $5.52 Billion for Fiscal Year 2017
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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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