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  • IT Definitions: Storage Special

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this e-guide, we have put together a list of key definitions in storage and data protection to help you make sense of the fast-evolving storage technology landscape. From software-defined storage to non-volatile memory express (NVMe), we hope this extensive list of definitions will help you succeed in an increasingly data-driven world.

  • CW ASEAN: Hyper-convergence offers simple yet scalable storage

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this month's CW ASEAN, we take a look at how TAL Apparel has reaped significant savings in storage and server resources by switching to hyper-converged systems. We will also explore the key drivers for the development of hyper-converged solutions and how they will transform the way applications are delivered.

  • CW ANZ: Flash makes a spash

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Find out why more Australian enterprises are now turning to all-flash storage technology to replace spinning disk storage systems, thanks to lower costs and reduced complexity. Sensing this business opportunity, Optus Business has teamed up with storage supplier Pure Storage to offer on-premise and cloud-based all-flash storage and services.

  • IT Project: Hyper-converged infrastructure

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    The term hyper-convergence means different things to different people. But at its core, hyper-convergence brings together servers and storage network resources that are managed as a single unit using software. In this e-guide, learn more about the benefits of hyper-convergence and how you can derive the greatest value from your investment.

  • Object Storage 101

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Standard file and block storage have their places, but there is an increasing move to object storage to meet the governance, risk and compliance needs of organisations, while also providing enhanced information management capabilities, say analysts Clive Longbottom and Marcus Austin.

  • Focus: PCIe SSD, NVMe and flash

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    PCIe SSD cards fit straight into PCIe slots in servers and array hardware and often brings much higher performance than traditional HDD-format flash drives..

  • Hyper-converged vs. Converged IT Infrastructures Explained

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    The days of cobbling together makeshift data center systems are fast waning. This e-guide illustrates the difference between converged and hyper-converged infrastructures. Read on to leverage CI and HCI to accelerate server and data center consolidation projects, support VDI deployments, and more.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • How Hyper-converged Infrastructure Gives Data Centers a Boost

    Sponsored by: Pure Storage

    Download this expert guide to view the trends and vendors shaping HCI and its role in the software-defined data center (SDDC). You'll also gain advice on implementing HCI, regardless of whether your apps are traditional, big data- or cloud-based.

  • Assessing Hyper-converged Infrastructures Based on Feature Capabilities

    Sponsored by: Pure Storage

    In this expert guide, 20-year industry veteran Jacob Gsoedl demonstrates how hyper-converged systems differ from traditional storage systems. Read on to get a run-down of the top considerations buyers should have on their checklist for evaluating, purchasing, and deploying HCI, and more.

  • 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.

  • All-flash Array Market Advances Outpace Demand, Create Opportunities

    Sponsored by: Kaminario

    In this guide, our experts deconstruct the high-density all-flash disruption. Additionally, you'll access an article by George Crump, President of Storage Switzerland, in which he illustrates the state of this year's flash storage systems, and talks in detail about NVMe, as well as flash DIMM.

  • Building an All-flash Array Business Case

    Sponsored by: Kaminario

    Use this guide as a means to building your all-flash array business case by characterizing your apps and their requirements. Inside, you'll learn how to construct your AFA case, while reviewing five factors to consider before making your purchase.

  • Assessing Hyper-converged: Products, Scalability, and Ecosystem Support

    Sponsored by: Lenovo and Intel

    From the experts at SearchConvergedInfrastructure.com, this guide assesses several types of HCI architectures based on featured capabilities—including cost model, data protection, and resiliency. Read on to see the analysis, as well as to answer the burning question, "Why is the HCI definition so varied?"

  • Pure Storage CEO Assesses NVMe, Flash Storage Market

    Sponsored by: Pure Storage

    In this guide from the SearchStorage.com editors, senior news writer Garry Kranz sits down with Pure Storage CEO Scott Dietzen to assess the evolutionary cycle of NVMe flash, the likely timeline for its mainstream adoption, a glimpse into flash-based backup techniques, and more. Read on to stay in the NVMe loop.

  • SearchStorage Editors Examine the Leading All-flash Array Vendors

    Sponsored by: Pure Storage

    In this e-guide, we evaluate eight leading AFA vendors to let you decide which products best suit your organization. Read on as Logan Harbaugh, IT consultant and freelance reviewer with SearchStorage, breaks down how to select an AFA vendor based on functional specification, 3 essential purchasing considerations, and more.

  • Differentiating All-flash Array Vendors from their Counterparts

    Sponsored by: Western Digital

    Our experts compiled this guide to determining the most suitable AFA vendor for your enterprise—ensuring you choose one that not only provides snapshots and thin provisioning, but also active-active controllers and replication, and QoS. Read on to also gain access to instruction for a three-phase AFA implementation.

  • 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®

    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.

  • Storage in the age of convergence and cloud

    Sponsored by: SearchStorage.com

    This issue of 'Storage' magazine looks at enterprise-class storage options in the age of data convergence, flash storage and cloud-based disaster recovery.

  • Storage Handbook: Get Hyped for Top Hyper-converged Technology Use Cases

    Sponsored by: SearchConvergedInfrastucture

    Download your issue of Storage Handbook now to discover which workloads are best run on HCI—VDI and beyond—as well as which workloads to avoid, as you implement. Additionally, learn how to unlock the key to HCI success in SMBs, and more.

  • Storage Showdown: All-flash vs. Hybrid Arrays for Virtual Desktop Environments

    Sponsored by: Pure Storage

    Download this guide as Tom Fenton, Senior Validation Engineer at the Taneja Group, illustrates several critical factors to consider when deciding to use an all-flash or hybrid array in your virtual desktop environments. Here, you'll evaluate hybrid vs. all-flash on cost, ability access to cold data, compression and deduplication, and more.

  • SQL Server SSD Technology Becoming a Solid Storage Choice

    Sponsored by: Pure Storage

    Access this e-guide to clue into exactly why SSD is emerging as a solid storage choice for SQL Server. Our experts highlight how SSD's embedded controller ensures the integrity of the data stored in the drive, and address your concerns centered on drive reliability and longevity.

  • If Performance Is Paramount, Flash Cloud Storage May be Key

    Sponsored by: Tintri

    This e-guide serves as your essential resource for choosing a cloud provider with integrated flash storage to maximize your cloud app performance. Read on to learn why object storage just doesn't deliver the scale and performance cloud apps demand, and instead see how SSD steps in to deliver potentially unlimited scale.

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