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  • IT Project: Storage Architecture ANZ

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    When it comes to storage, there are usually two main factors to consider – cost and performance. However, every organisation has its own unique set of requirements and this will inevitably shape their storage strategy. Inside this guide, we look at some examples of the strategies organisations are adopting to effectively store and manage data.

  • IT Project: Storage Architecture ASEAN

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    When it comes to storage, is cost the critical factor for CIOs in ASEAN? This guide explores the factors that are influencing the adoption of storage technologies in ASEAN and the trends that you can expect to see more of in the next 2-3 years.

  • All-Flash: The Essential Guide

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    This guide offers a comprehensive survey of the all-flash array market. We look at all-flash products from the big six storage vendors and the startups and specialists. Plus, we give the lowdown on all-flash vs hybrid flash arrays and all-flash vs server-side PCIe SSD.

  • Case Study: Financial Trader's Bet on Hyperconvergence

    Sponsored by: Nutanix

    See how London Capital Group cut deployment times and datacenter footprint by ditching server-plus-SAN architecture for hyper-converged server/storage boxes.

  • Servers and Storage Become Inextricably Linked

    Sponsored by: Dell EMC and Microsoft

    The rise of flash storage and convergence technologies make it tougher to see storage and servers as separate entities in a software-defined world. Rich Castagna, VP of Editorial at TechTarget, shares why he believes servers and storage have become inextricably linked.

  • The Differences Between All-Flash Array Vendors and How Flash Storage is Changing the Rules

    Sponsored by: Kaminario

    This expert e-guide helps you understand the key differences between all-flash array vendors, so you can ensure you're educated on the multitude of options out there. Additionally, learn more about flash storage performance and how it's changing the rules of storage.

  • Modern Infrastructure E-zine – September 2016

    Sponsored by: SearchITOperations

    The stand-alone server market finds itself overmatched by a variety of converged systems that might just be more equipped to handle today's infrastructure. This Modern Infrastructure e-zine details the impact of converged systems on the server market and explores motivation behind a multicloud strategy, basics of immutable infrastructure, and more.

  • Implications of Changing Flash Storage Expectations

    Sponsored by: NetApp

    Capacity used to be the most important factor for SSDs but as SSDs usage shifts from solving specific performance problems to a more general-purpose storage medium, performance expectations have skyrocketed. In this eGuide, learn how changing expectations in the next phases of flash will affect application development.

  • Guide to Flash Storage

    Sponsored by: TechData & IBM

    Flash storage is heralded for its superior performance and high capacity compared to hard disk drives (HDDs) but is all of this really necessary for general-purpose storage systems? In this eGuide, find out why it may be worth holding off on adopting flash storage.

  • 2016 IBM Flash Product Overview

    Sponsored by: TechData & IBM

    With flash becoming the new standard for storage vendors, IBM has initiated a FlashIn program – a free program aimed at is easing customer migration to all-flash ararys. In this eGuide, you will learn about the benefits of three high capacity flash products recently released by IBM: V7000, V5030 and DeepFlash 150.

  • Utilizing SSD Flash and Object Storage: Should Both Be Used Simultaneously?

    Sponsored by: Dell EMC

    Is it possible to increase object storage performance by as much as 100 times? Now may be the time to deploy SSD flash and object storage together, and in this guide, learn the performance and reliability benefits of utilizing both simultaneously. As a bonus, read on to access seven tips for improving data storage efficiency.

  • Choosing Between Scale-Up and Scale-Out All-Flash Arrays

    Sponsored by: Curvature

    As flash becomes more pervasive in the marketplace, enterprises are relying less on caching and tiering and moving towards flash storage products built on two basic architectures: scale-up and scale-out. In this e-guide, explore the differences between the two architectures and determine which configuration best meets your business needs.

  • Software-Centric Storage Selections for VDI

    Sponsored by: SearchVirtualDesktop.com

    This exclusive handbook is your guide to new storage options for VDI. You'll explore why storage-only storage is poised to change the market, choosing between hardware vs. software storage optimization, VDI storage optimization's secret sauce is software, and more.

  • Critique of Current Flash Storage Options

    Sponsored by: TechData - EMC

    In this e-guide, Dennis Martin, founder and president of Demartek, leads readers through the current flash storage options available, pointing out their benefits and disadvantages. Read on to learn Martin's take on many of the important considerations to make when implementing server side flash storage.

  • Enterprise Features Required By All-Flash Array Vendors

    Sponsored by: TechData - EMC

    As all-flash arrays move out from niche storage performance systems to mainstream storage systems that must handle a wide variety of workloads, certain enterprise features are now becoming an essential service that vendors must provide. Hear from industry expert, George Crump, as he dives into these essential features.

  • Future of 3D NAND Technology

    Sponsored by: Intel CAS

    Two new challengers to DRAM's high speed performance – 3DX Point technology and PCM – are running circles around NAND. In this eGuide learn more about them, why analysts predict their longevity for at least 20 years and how vendors are preventing bit rot.

  • Benefits and Challenges of PCle SSDs

    Sponsored by: Intel CAS

    Allowing for higher customization and able to run on multiple servers, PCle SSD is a better alternative to traditional SSD hardware. In this guide, discover the benefits, challenges and whether PCle is right for your organization.

  • Server-side Flash Storage Technology Basks in the Spotlight

    Sponsored by: Dell EMC

    Today's server-side storage challenges are pushing legacy architecture to the limit—with new factors, physical densities, and operating environments. Rethink how you deploy storage: discover now the advantages of server-side flash—including its 6 form factors—and accelerate the boot of your VMs using this technology.

  • Hyper-convergence: Differences, uses and new advances

    Sponsored by: Pivot3

    Stop cobbling together makeshift data center systems as convergence is here– in the form of hyper-converged and converged IT infrastructures. Discover which best fits your needs and as a bonus, read about Pivot3 vStac, a hyper-converged product, that allowed one NJ sheriff to arrest data sprawl in Bergen County.

  • Virtual Server Bottlenecks among Today's Pertinent Data Storage Problems

    Sponsored by: Dell EMC

    Whether physical servers or VMs, there are a number of places where data is held up. Accordingly, there are different ways to address each type of bottleneck—but each fix has side effects. Learn how to mitigate the virtual server bottlenecks your enterprise faces, and tune up your data storage with an all-flash system.

  • Buyer's Checklist: Hyper-Converged Storage

    Sponsored by: SearchConvergedInfrastucture

    In this buyer's checklist, learn how hyper-converged systems differ from traditional storage systems and find insights into some of their unique features, as well as guidance for evaluating, purchasing and deploying these systems.

  • How To Evaluate and Deploy Flash Storage Technology

    Sponsored by: Tegile, a Western Digital brand

    This expert e-guide explores the potential benefits of solid-state storage and offers helpful tips for determining the type of flash implementation that best suits your needs. Plus, find out if all-flash array storage is right for you.

  • Buyer's Checklist: Hybrid Flash Arrays

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Though all-flash arrays are popular, hybrid arrays offer the performance of flash arrays with the price of spinning disk drives for less frequently accessed data. Check out this buyer's checklist for a thorough analysis of the cost-benefits of hybrid flash vs. all-flash vs. spinning disks.

  • CW ASEAN: Storage - June 2016

    Sponsored by: SearchStorage.com

    Hyper converged and converged storage in ASEAN: In this issue we look at a software-defined approach to storage management that combines storage, compute, networking and virtualization technologies.

  • Software-Defined Storage is the Power behind Monash University Microscopes

    Sponsored by: SearchStorage.com

    Monash University built and deployed a software-defined storage cluster using open source technology. Learn how a storage strategy good enough for a major Australian university can help you get the most out of your data.

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