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  • Leveraging a Revolutionary Software-Defined Storage Architecture for OpenStack-Based Clouds

    Sponsored by: Veritas

    Enterprises are adopting private clouds to meet business demands, address competitive pressures and realize benefits such as cost-effectiveness and agility. Veritas HyperScale for OpenStack employs a new architecture that uses direct attached storage and divides the storage functionality across two separate planes. Read on to learn more.

  • Dell EMC Storage Compatibility Matrix for SC, PS and FS Series Arrays

    Sponsored by: Data#3

    Click inside to gain a comprehensive list of hardware, software, operating systems, SAN components, and more that have been rigorously tested for compatibility with Dell EMC's FS, PS and SC series storage systems. You'll see for yourself what will, and won't, smoothly integrate with your new storage array.

  • 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.

  • Dell EMC Microsoft Storage Spaces Direct Ready Node Deployment Guide

    Sponsored by: Dell EMC and Microsoft

    Read this guide to learn everything you need to know about deploy a hyper-converged infrastructure solution on Dell EMC Ready Nodes for Windows Server 2016 with Hyper-V and Storage Spaces Direct.

  • Computer Weekly – 22 August 2017: How banking technology has changed since the crash

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, 10 years after the financial crash, we examine how banking technology has changed. We look at how the EU's new data protection laws will affect storage strategies. And we ask if the cryptocurrency boom will remain a niche pursuit or can bring benefits for enterprise IT. Read the issue now.

  • 3 Reasons to Beware the Hype Around Hyper-Converged

    Sponsored by: Tintri

    Read this white paper to learn about the 3 things that all IT pros should be wary of when it comes to HCI adoption and implementation before investing in this new technology.

  • Extending the Benefit of a Server Refresh: Adding Best-in-Class HCI with vSAN

    Sponsored by: VMware & Intel

    There are many HCI options, but not all provide the same level of benefits. Download now to view 3 reasons for deploying HCI using VMware vSAN during a server refresh, and you'll learn how to use HCI as a valuable tool to make your enterprise more agile, cost effective, and efficient.

  • NetApp—the Next 25 years

    Sponsored by: NetApp

    From unveiling its first hyperconverged infrastructure product—NetApp HCI—to partnering with Microsoft Azure for hybrid cloud storage, NetApp has had a big year. So what's in store next for this storage giant? Read on to gain an inside look at what's next on tap for NetApp in the coming years.

  • Kaminario's CEO Identifies a Flash Market Shift, Illustrates the Role of the K2 Array

    Sponsored by: Kaminario

    Download this guide to get a technical breakdown from our editors on Kaminario's K2 array, including it data compression improvements (ratio of 4:1) and compatibility with NVMe. Then, you'll access a Q&A with Kaminario's CEO Dani Golan, in which he identifies how the flash market is shifting.

  • Forget All-Flash Arrays, Aim for Flash-Optimized Storage First

    Sponsored by: Pure Storage

    Read this expert guide to learn why focusing on optimizing your existing storage infrastructure for flash, rather than adopting a whole new all-flash array might be the right way to go. Then, read 5 quick tips on what to look for in a flash-first array.

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