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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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04 May 2017 5 Ways NetSuite Delivers More Now That It's Part Of Oracle [63140]
Oracle, May 4th 2017

Jim McGeever, NetSuite's top executive, had the silhouette of an elephant flash behind him when he came on stage at NetSuite's annual SuiteWorld event last week in Las Vegas - the first such event since Oracle acquired the company for $9.3 billion in November.

"If there is one place that I thought we could get an actual, live elephant in the room, it is Vegas," said McGeever, now executive vice president of Oracle NetSuite Global Business Unit. "Turns out, no."
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04 May 2017 Chico State Speeds Student Access to Resources with NetApp [63112]
NetApp, May 4th 2017

IT staff improves operational efficiency so students get real-time data on mobile devices, administrators benefit from paperless systems, and campus becomes greener...

"With students demanding faster, real-time access to campus resources from mobile devices, we needed a data management solution that would keep pace, speed university operations, and stay within the state budget," said Ray Quinto, associate director of Computing and Communications Services (CCSV) at California State University, Chico. "After implementing the NetApp all-flash system, we saw a significant increase in operational efficiency, which resulted in happier students and employees, as well as a greener campus."
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03 May 2017 Micron Unleashes the Full Power of NVMe Storage, Unlocking Unused Capacity and Performance [63109]
Micron, May 3rd 2017

Micron SolidScale Platform Architecture Ushers in the Era of Shared Accelerated Storage for Data Intensive Workloads and Next-Generation Cloud Native Applications

Micron Technology, Inc. introduced the Micron SolidScale architecture, an integrated platform that delivers breakthrough low-latency and high performance access to compute and storage. The Micron SolidScale architecture provides customers with the agility to deploy next-generation, cloud-native applications while supporting legacy applications that run the enterprises of today - and tomorrow. From online transaction processing, to virtual platforms and analytics, to machine learning, Micron's innovative architecture not only delivers data quickly due to its extremely high throughput, but it delivers faster time to results because of its unprecedented low latency.

"We estimate that companies using NVMe SSDs deployed in application servers today are on average using less than 50% of their IOPS and capacity. With the new Micron SolidScale architecture, capacity is shared across application servers, unlocking capacity customers have already paid for so that they can do more with less and unleash flash's true performance," said Darren Thomas, vice president, Storage Business Unit, Micron Technology, Inc. "At Micron, we consider the impact of every workload, application and environment as we design the technology, products and systems that allow our customers to deploy applications faster and scale without limits."
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01 May 2017 All-Flash, All-Disk Or Hybrid? [63017]
Storage Newsletter, May 1st 2017

"We started with a simple question: What surprises have you experienced since you started deploying flash storage in your organization? Of course, surprises can be good or they can be bad, but we sought to understand what may have changed - and what's not changed - since our survey respondents deployed flash storage into their environments. To that end, we asked 1,000 people to share with us their attitudes and experiences around storage. In this report, we will share with you what we learned and how you may be able to use this information to better inform your own path forward..."
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