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  • Reference Architecture: Dell EMC Ready System for VDI on XC Series

    Sponsored by: Dell EMC and Nutanix

    This 105-page reference architecture covers in comprehensive detail how to integrate Dell EMC XC Series Hyper-converged Appliances and Citrix XenDesktop software for VDI environments. Download your copy to discover the operational benefits of integrating the two, as well as instructions for integration.

  • The Role of Converged and Hyper-Converged Infrastructure in IT Transformation

    Sponsored by: Dell EMC

    This ESG research report details the quantified benefits of using CI/HCI in your organization, validated by a survey of 4,000 IT executives. Read on to see how your colleagues responded to questions around OpEx savings, time spent on systems management, and more.

  • The Effects of Virtual Volume Layout on Data Loss and Availability Probabilities for Software-defined Storage

    Sponsored by: Excelero

    This paper compares storage optimization techniques still in production that optimized I/O characteristics, with contemporary techniques that optimize reliability. In particular, it examines if the virtual volume "spread" method is still needed in NVMe environments. Access the comparison here.

  • Brainshark Migrates Disaster Recovery to the Azure Cloud with Cloud NAS

    Sponsored by: SoftNAS

    By reading on, you'll learn how utilizing cloud-native NAS on Azure enabled Brainshark to support 100 TB of storage, while freeing them from expenses associated with their on-premises DR data center, physical NAS, and SAN appliances.

  • BlueData EPIC Platform for Big-Data-as-a-Service (BDaaS)

    Sponsored by: BlueData Software, Inc.

    This datasheet describes a cost-effective method of deploying Big Data infrastructure and apps—including Hadoop, Spark, Kafka, and Cassandra—whether on-premises or in the public cloud. You'll also be able to access data from any shared storage system. Read on to get started.

  • Data Center Storage Architecture Gets Smarter with AI

    Sponsored by: IntelliMagic

    Storage vendors are now inserting intelligent algorithms into the storage layer directly to produce near real-time feedback to the business. To that end, there are a few trends converging on storage that are enabling this evolution. Read this e-guide to view the 5 trends evolving intelligent storage and AI.

  • Why Enterprises Need Intelligent Storage

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    Brought to you by TechTarget and HPE, the experts in this custom webcast will discuss at length the evolution of, and why enterprises need, intelligent storage. Tune into 6:04 to hear the concrete benefits of intelligent, self-managing storage that can anticipate challenges and self-adjust.

  • HPE Cloudline CL3150 Gen10 Servers Power High-Performance Cloud Solutions

    Sponsored by: Excelero

    This paper illustrates the technical details of the HPE Cloudline CL3150 Gen10 server, an open standards-based ultra-dense storage server for performance demanding cloud applications. Read on for the complete rundown, but to give you a snapshot, this server supports up to 24 NVMe SSDs to provide plenty of capacity.

  • LKAB Case Study

    Sponsored by: Hedvig Inc

    Read on to learn how LKAB overcame their disk space issues and can now keep pace with changing business requirements with a software-defined storage solution that takes advantage of LKAB's Cisco UCS hardware to deliver elastic block, file, and object storage.

  • HPE SimpliVity 380: An Inside Look

    Sponsored by: Arrow Electronics

    Download this brief for the technical specifications of one HCI appliance—HPE SimpliVity 380—whose features include policy-based, VM-centric management and always-on compression and deduplication.

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