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  • Where The University of Melbourne Turned to When their SAN Storage Reached Capacity

    Sponsored by: Pure Storage

    Click into this case study to learn how Melbourne University replaced their old SAN storage system with a new array that expanded their capacity, reduced latency to less than a millisecond, and more.

  • Full Guide to the Growth of NVMe

    Sponsored by: Tegile

    Read this expert-guide to discover the benefits nonvolatile memory express (NVMe) provides, and explore how yet another stage of NVMe development, NVMe over Fabrics, is allowing this tech to scale rapidly to meet development needs. Then, learn why the introduction of NVMe over Ethernet may be the only thing capable of saving Ethernet drives.

  • Your Guide to Planning The Future of All-Flash Arrays

    Sponsored by: Tegile

    Go inside this expert-guide to learn how to effectively price all-flash offerings. Then, learn how those on the cutting-edge of the flash market are putting their arrays to work reducing I/O latencies. Finally, discover the 2 data reduction strategies that many flash vendors put to work in their systems.

  • Everything You Need to Know About Running Application Benchmarks

    Sponsored by: Reduxio

    Watch this webinar to learn the storage metrics that matter when benchmarking application workloads, as well as some commonly used and trustworthy benchmarking tools, how virtualization workloads factor in, and more.

  • Object Storage Architecture: Mitigating Complexity, Capacity, and Archival Concerns

    Sponsored by: SanDisk Corporation

    This expert resource serves as your full guide to object storage implementation, with cloud workload, sync-and-share, API-accessible storage, and more use cases examined. Download now to gain full access, learning how object storage maintains the unstructured data deluge, and view an object vs. file vs. block storage bake off.

  • George Crump Evaluates the State of Flash Storage Systems

    Sponsored by: HPE and Intel® Corporate

    In this expert guide, George Crump outlines the state of flash storage systems, and demonstrates how to use NVMe and flash DIMM to proactively keep performance ahead of users' expectations. Read on as Crump also predicts the fate of HDDs, and explains how to keep pace by improving internal and external connectivity.

  • 2017 State of Storage in Virtualization

    Sponsored by: Tegile

    Dive into this State of Storage in Virtualization report to examine virtualization's impact on storage performance, and discover how recent storage and virt. trends track with one another. Access now to gain insight into the drivers behind hybrid flash and cloud storage adoption, how to bolster VMware VVols knowledge, and more.

  • Oracle Database 12c Performance Characterization on IntelliFlash T4700 All-Flash Storage Array

    Sponsored by: Tegile

    Examine testing that characterizes the performance of Oracle Database 12c on the Tegile IntelliFlash T4700 All-Flash Storage Array using the HammerDB tool with a TPC-C workload. Read on to discover how the T4700 storage array scores as a high-performance solution for Oracle Database 12c deployments with instructive implementation.

  • 5 Steps to Take Backup from Good to Great

    Sponsored by: SolarWinds, Inc.

    Faulty or inefficient backup strategies and technology can hamper your business dramatically. Discover 5 steps to improve your backup strategy today by accessing this resource.

  • The Business Value of NVMe

    Sponsored by: Tegile

    Download this resource to closely examine the definition and business value of NVMe, with details on scaling with NVMe/F, implementation use cases like VDI, ERP systems, and Microsoft SQL Server illustrated, and more.

  • Improved Security, Lower Costs: How Companies Can Benefit From SEDs

    Sponsored by: Micron

    Delve into a flash-based SED vs. HDD-based storage comparison with acquisition costs analyzed, and attention paid to stacking up hardware- vs. software-based encryption. Read on to learn how SEDs eliminate time-consuming key management, and more.

  • How Flash-based SEDs Relieve Strain on IT

    Sponsored by: Micron

    Discover how flash-based self-encrypting drives (SEDs) not only simplify the planning, operation, and expansion of storage systems, they also serve as the foundation for sustainable, secure storage. Read on to see how SEDs securely eliminate the lengthy overwriting of storage media that traditional HDDs have to undergo.

  • Return on Infrastructure: SSDs and SEDs Reap the "New ROI" with Superior Security

    Sponsored by: Micron

    Learn how to use storage hardware-level encryption to improve data backup and security, in the form of SSDs and self-encrypting drives (SEDs), by downloading this resource. Read on to compare these drives to traditional HDD and software-based solutions in the areas of data security, EOL management, and DR.

  • Seven Tips to Improve Data Storage Efficiency

    Sponsored by: HPE and Intel® Corporate

    In order to get the most out of your new flash array, you need to start with a solid foundation of practices and complimentary technology. In this expert guide, learn 7 tips to achieving faster, more efficient storage.

  • Universal Storage for Data Lakes: An ESG Evaluation

    Sponsored by: Dell EMC and Intel®

    This ESG paper challenges the de facto standard of direct-attached storage, and in it you will discover how scale-out NAS mitigates the challenges associated with data lake storage. Read on to see outlined the storage selection criteria for data lakes, which includes in-place analytics, accessibility by multiple app types, and more.

  • Focus: Object storage

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Object storage does away with the tree-like hierarchies of file systems used by traditional storage NAS and SAN systems.

  • Replacing Legacy Storage with NAS and Cloud Dramatically Reduced Costs and Improved Efficiency Around the Globe

    Sponsored by: Panzura - grey-blue logo

    Read this case study to learn how adoption of a NAS system paired with Amazon cloud allowed this global manufacturing firm to cut costs from $1.15/GB to less than 4 cents per GB by consolidating storage, enable global collaboration, eliminate its isolated storage islands, and more.

  • ESG: The Cost of Maintaining the Storage Status Quo

    Sponsored by: Panzura - grey-blue logo

    In this white paper, ESG senior analysts confront the most expensive elements of the "storage status quo," and evaluate alternative hybrid cloud options. Access now to stack up hybrid cloud against more traditional NAS file storage systems, and discover how hybrid cloud can reduce the cost of storage infrastructure.

  • How An SaaS Offering is Changing the Storage and Device Management Market

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Increasingly, businesses are turning towards software-as-a-service offerings to provide them with the simplicity, visibility, and dynamic analytics their customers demand. This IDC research report analyzes one SaaS management deployment and evaluates the impact it has had on the storage market.

  • A Buyer's Guide to Hybrid Cloud NAS

    Sponsored by: Panzura - grey-blue logo

    Read this buyer's guide to equip yourself with the knowledge to evaluate hybrid cloud NAS solutions, including 5 key areas to consider, including inline deduplication, policy- driven caching, integrated backup and DR, and more.

  • Reliable Data Protection Designed for Virtualized Environments

    Sponsored by: Veeam Software

    Modernizing your data center can seem overwhelming, especially when you consider the exponential data growth you can expect to realize every year. Access this white paper to learn about data protection and backup for virtualized environments.

  • Invest in the Right Flash Storage Solution

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    If you're looking to boost performance of business critical apps and consolidate virtual servers, flash may be the way to go. But with a multitude of vendors offering flash, where should you start? Check out this easy-to-read guide and find 8 key considerations and questions to ask yourself before investing in flash.

  • Converged vs. Hyper-Converged: What Does Your Data Center Need?

    Sponsored by: HPE and Intel® Corporate

    The goal of converged architecture is to alleviate pressure on overworked data centers, but it all goes to waste if you don't have the right system to compliment your existing IT investments. This e-guide covers the basics of converged and hyper-converged architectures, with pros, cons, and hypervisor flexibility detailed. Download to learn more.

  • Product Comparison: Enterprise Flash Array Storage

    Sponsored by: NetApp

    You can spend all day listening to what the vendors tell you about their products, or you can listen to what the end users have to say. Access this collection of user reviews to see what real users have to say about three of the most prominent flash storage platforms.

  • Object Storage Architecture: Mitigating Complexity, Capacity, and Archival Concerns

    Sponsored by: HGST

    This expert resource serves as your full guide to object storage implementation, with cloud workload, sync-and-share, API-accessible storage, and more use cases examined. Download now to gain full access, learning how object storage maintains the unstructured data deluge, and view an object vs. file vs. block storage bake off.

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