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  • Ten Reasons to Consider a Hyper-converged Data Center

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    Download this guide as our experts reveal the top 10 reasons to consider a hyper-converged data center, including its suitability for scale-out VDI workloads, ROBO support, hardware refresh, and more. Inside, you'll discover which workloads apply to your needs, and determine if HCI should be implemented.

  • The Value of a Scale-out Storage Architecture

    Sponsored by: StorageCraft Technology Corporation

    Access this resource to learn about a true scale-out architecture that breaks storage up into 32 KB objects, allowing data to be sent from location to location without creating silos and bottlenecks.

  • Flash Architecture Comparison

    Sponsored by: NetApp

    Discover a five-criterion comparison of two popular all-flash solutions: NetApp AFF and the latest iteration of Dell EMC's flash-based XtremIO, X2. To determine which system works best for your organization, you'll see how each stands up to QoS, app and cloud integration, and more.

  • Helping You Build What's Next in The Public Cloud

    Sponsored by: Google Cloud

    One company has developed a four phase journey to the cloud that helps address the primary public cloud concerns that most IT pros struggle with. Access this e-book to learn about the future of cloud, its capabilities in several vertical industries, and what this means for your data management strategy.

  • Fuel IT Transformation in a Flash

    Sponsored by: Dell EMC

    Download this resource to discover how implementing all-flash in your organization will jump-start your infrastructure with 3x faster, ultra-low latency, and sub-millisecond response times, the ability to automatically move cold data to the cloud, and much more.

  • Qumulo File Fabric Extends High-performance File Services to the Cloud

    Sponsored by: Qumulo

    Learn here how to pursue a multi-cloud primary storage approach using scalable file services that extend to the cloud. By reading on, you'll overcome your concerns to gain the following for multi-cloud storage workloads: billion-file scale, proactive cloud-based monitoring, consistent global data access, and more.

  • Combining Scale-Out Hardware with Cloud Storage to Optimize Data Management

    Sponsored by: StorageCraft Technology Corporation

    Access this resource to discover how this scale-out storage system that uses an on-premises hardware appliance in tandem with an integrated cloud-based storage management service can give you the control and capacity you need.

  • New Flash Use Cases Identified and What to Do about the NAND Flash Shortage

    Sponsored by: Kaminario

    Because we're in the midst of a worldwide NAND flash shortage, will once-lowered costs now rise? Download this guide as our editors evaluate the impact the NAND flash shortage has on the cost of SSDs (and how that compares per gigabyte to HDDs), as well as new use cases like flash as RAM.

  • Top 5 Reasons to Consider Veritas Access

    Sponsored by: Veritas

    This brief, "Top 5 Reasons to Consider Veritas Access," describes how to manage your data, so it's easily accessible regardless of where it resides—on-premises, off-premises, or in the cloud. Read it now to see how to get more from all your data and maximize the value of your storage investments.

  • Examining the Leading All-flash Array Vendors' Offerings

    Sponsored by: Avnet

    This SearchStorage.com pocket guide will assist you in not only selecting an all-flash array vendor, but also illustrates how to choose an AFA based on an examination of three AFA product categories— high-end enterprise arrays, midrange systems, and NAS appliances.

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