The hybrid cloud backup/recovery market is crowded with vendors making it difficult for organizations to determine the best solution for their business. This independent report by...
Forrester Consulting commenced work on a research project commissioned by NetApp that focused on examining the potential return on investment (ROI) that enterprises may realize by...
Sponsor: Cisco and NetApp
If cloud backup sounds too good to be true, then deployment will lead to disillusionment. That's been the path of many IT organizations looking at cloud backup and...
This eBook is a "must read" if you are considering a move from tape backup to disk-based backup with deduplication. You may not be aware of the many considerations that need to be assessed.
This report looks at the trend to modernize backup and sheds light on strategies and lessons learned for eliminating legacy backup infrastructure problems and getting faster, more reliable backups and disaster recovery.
This fact-based paper takes a close look at how mid-sized businesses are facing the significant growth in unstructured data and how the requirement to manage, store and protect it is putting a huge drain on valuable money and resources.
Exablox emerged from stealth mode with a new platform (OneBlox) designed for midsized enterprises with content-intensive applications. Its scale-out system leverages commodity hardware, and has some interesting data protection features.
This IDC Buyer Case Study looks at the approach Exablox has taken in capitalizing on the object-based storage platform opportunity and the use of the Exablox OneBlox technology by the Balboa Park Online Collaborative (BPOC).
Unstructured data (data that's outside of databases), is growing at an out-of-control pace in organizations of all sizes.
Learn what SMB and departmental storage buyers should both require and expect from storage solutions to meet their business goals, and how traditional mid- market storage based on old technologies can fall short.
The proliferation of cloud computing options has begun to change the way storage is thought about, procured and used. IT managers and departments need to think through how cloud options might fit into and complement their onsite data infrastructures.
Taken together the benefits of unified storage and performance tuning are prompting data center IT staffs to rethink policies that require distinct NAS and SAN implementations.
Traditional data center models can't keep up with today's growing demand for applications, storage and resources on servers and networks. Fortunately, we've got the people, partners and plan to create Data Center Tranquility.