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Published By: Silver Peak     Published Date: Dec 31, 9999
Offsite data replication is key to ensuring ongoing business operations, but it can be complex and costly, especially when performed over long distances. Join this discussion to discover how you can apply fast, cost effective and reliable remote replication that can: • Meet Recovery Point Objectives (RPO) by reducing remote replication times by up to 20X • Reduce bandwidth costs and extend replication distances • Lower storage costs while increasing storage flexibility • Leverage emerging cloud and virtualization technologies for better offsite disaster recovery Hear from the experts and users at Dell Compellent, Silver Peak and AlaskaUSA discuss essential data replication strategies and technologies.
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Published By: DataCore     Published Date: Jul 10, 2019
With a software-based approach, IT organizations see a better return on their storage investment. DataCore’s software-defined storage provides improved resource utilization, seamless integration of new technologies, and reduced administrative time - all resulting in lower CAPEX and OPEX, yielding a superior TCO. A survey of 363 DataCore customers found that over half of them (55%) achieved positive ROI within the first year of deployment, and 21% were able to reach positive ROI in less than 6 months. Download this white paper to learn how software-defined storage can help reduce data center infrastructure costs, including guidelines to help you structure your TCO analysis comparison.
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DataCore
Published By: IBM APAC     Published Date: Jun 21, 2019
Companies with multicloud services are outperforming their peers on a number of metrics — and achieving the key objectives that led them to the cloud services model. Take a look at the IT ecosystem of any company today and there’s a good chance you’ll find it includes offerings from several cloud services providers. That’s certainly the case at mid- to large-sized companies with at least 500 employees, according to a recent survey conducted by IDG Research. The survey of 100 senior IT professionals found that 59% are already multi-cloud adopters — that is, using computing and storage services from two or more cloud providers. Another 31% of respondents say they plan to become multi-cloud organizations in the coming 12-24 months, with only 10% still in the “consideration” phase. The survey results also reveal interesting insights into the drivers behind multicloud adoption. The perennial desire to reduce IT costs remains important, but the respondents rate two other factors.
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Published By: Infinidat EMEA     Published Date: May 14, 2019
Infinidat has developed a storage platform that provides unique simplicity, efficiency, reliability, and extensibility that enhances the business value of large-scale OpenStack environments. The InfiniBox® platform is a pre-integrated solution that scales to multiple petabytes of effective capacity in a single 42U rack. The platform’s innovative combination of DRAM, flash, and capacity-optimized disk, delivers tuning-free, high performance for consolidated mixed workloads, including object/Swift, file/Manila, and block/Cinder. These factors combine to cut direct and indirect costs associated with large-scale OpenStack infrastructures, even versus “build-it-yourself” solutions. InfiniBox delivers seven nines (99.99999%) of availability without resorting to expensive replicas or slow erasure codes for data protection. Operations teams appreciate our delivery model designed to easily drop into workflows at all levels of the stack, including native Cinder integration, Ansible automation pl
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Infinidat EMEA
Published By: Dell EMC     Published Date: May 09, 2019
Disaster recovery (DR) and long-term retention of data, for security as well as regulatory compliance, can be very challenging for mid-sized organizations. Keeping a secondary site up for DR can get very expensive and dealing with tape can be slow and costly. As a result, many mid-sized organizations are looking to the efficiencies of the cloud, such as scale, elasticity, agility, and lower initial storage costs, to expand their data protection environments. Check out this easy-to-absorb infographic to learn how to achieve powerful, converged, easy to deploy and manage, cloud-ready data protection.
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Published By: DataCore     Published Date: Apr 23, 2019
On average in 2018, organizations managed 9.7 PB of data. That is a growth of 569% when compared to 1.45 PB of data in 2016. With all of this data, it's important to consider how data temperature is driving data placement decisions — and ultimately, overall storage costs. Download this infographic and see how you can use data temperature to gauge it’s worth.
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storage tiering, auto tiering, all-flash array, ssd, software defined storage, hyperconverged, data migration, storage migration
    
DataCore
Published By: Equinix EMEA     Published Date: Mar 21, 2019
FreedomPay, a leader in global digital commerce solutions, wanted to expand its global presence in the United Kingdom and Asia Pacific while reinforcing business infrastructure, expanding storage to the cloud and providing a more security shopping experience. The company leveraged an Interconnection Oriented Architecture™ (IOA®) strategy on Platform Equinix along with other design and deployment partners to achieve its goals and realize $1 million saving in CAPEX and OPEX costs. To find out more, download this case study today.
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Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Jan 28, 2019
Traditionally, the best practice for mission-critical Oracle Database backup and recovery was to use storage-led, purpose-built backup appliances (PBBAs) such as Data Domain, integrated with RMAN, Oracle’s automated backup and recovery utility. This disk-based backup approach solved two problems: 1) It enabled faster recovery (from disk versus tape) 2) It increased recovery flexibility by storing many more backups online, enabling restoration from that data to recover production databases; and provisioning copies for test/dev. At its core, however, this approach remains a batch process that involves many dozens of complicated steps for backups and even more steps for recovery. Oracle’s Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance (RA) customers report that total cost of ownership (TCO) and downtime costs (e.g. lost revenue due to database or application downtime) are significantly reduced due to the simplification and, where possible, the automation of the backup and recovery process.
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Published By: Wasabi     Published Date: Nov 13, 2018
As state and local governments join the digital revolution, it’s increasingly important that they find safe, effective and efficient ways to store the data they’re creating. In this case study you’ll see how an integrated solution from Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage and Commvault Complete Backup gave one municipality the security they needed while increasing performance and cutting costs. This city had been using Amazon Glacier but was frustrated with the speed and unpredictable fees associated with retrieving their data. In turning to Wasabi they were able reduce costs by 80% and increase speed over 6x. Plus since Wasabi offers just one tier of service with one price and no fees to retrieve your data they were able to simplify both the process and budgeting. Between Wasabi and Commvault their skyrocketing data needs now scalable solution that gives them the security and performance they need for significantly less than they were paying before. To learn more please download the case study.
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Wasabi
Published By: Wasabi     Published Date: Nov 13, 2018
It is critical for media and entertainment companies that they get the most out of the content they’ve invested in. But for many monetization of their assets is being inhibited by slow and expensive tape-based archival solutions (LTO) as well as first generation cloud storage like Amazon. Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage, in partnership with Marquis Medway, is bringing media and entertainment companies a transformative new solution. Wasabi’s next generation cloud storage brings companies the speed they need to leverage their content, but costs far less than the traditional cloud storage options. Plus unlike Amazon and others, Wasabi does not charge you to retrieve your content—potentially a huge savings depending on how much you access it. To help you quickly and efficiently get assets from tape to cloud Wasabi has combined with Marquis Medway’s advanced workflow automation platform. To learn more about how this integrated solution can help you rapidly transition away from resource draining LT
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Wasabi
Published By: Wasabi     Published Date: Nov 13, 2018
In this tech brief, learn how Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage is lowering costs and increasing speed for backup and recovery applications. Wasabi is transforming cloud storage with a radical combination of speed, affordability and security. It offers backup and recovery platforms an extremely cost-effective solution that at the same time improves performance. Eliminating the complex tiers and pricing structures you find with traditional cloud storage options, Wasabi is 80% less than and 6x faster than Amazon S3 and built to be simple and flexible. It works with any Amazon S3 backup and recovery platform or utility. Cloud storage has become a compelling alternative to physical media or secondary data centers for data protection and Wasabi takes it to the next level. Download the Wasabi tech brief to learn more.
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Wasabi
Published By: Druva     Published Date: Nov 09, 2018
The rise of virtualization as a business tool has dramatically enhanced server and primary storage utilization. By allowing multiple operating systems and applications to run on a single physical server, organizations can significantly lower their hardware costs and take advantage of efficiency and agility improvements as more and more tasks become automated. This also alleviates the pain of fragmented IT ecosystems and incompatible data silos. Currently, this virtualization juggernaut shows no sign of slowing. As businesses recognize the potential for increased reliability and scalability offered by virtual technology, they are ramping up their investments in data center modernization and upgrading. In fact, 33 percent of the respondents to a recent ESG survey on cloud usage said that making greater use of server virtualization was one of their top five spending priorities for the next 12 to 18 months.
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Druva
Published By: Druva     Published Date: Nov 09, 2018
The rise of virtualization as a business tool has dramatically enhanced server and primary storage utilization. By allowing multiple operating systems and applications to run on a single physical server, organizations can significantly lower their hardware costs and take advantage of efficiency and agility improvements as more and more tasks become automated. This also alleviates the pain of fragmented IT ecosystems and incompatible data silos. Protecting these virtualized environments, however, and the ever-growing amount of structured and unstructured data being created, still requires a complex, on-prem secondary storage model that imposes heavy administrative overhead and infrastructure costs. The increasing pressure on IT teams to maintain business continuity and information governance are changing how businesses view infrastructure resiliency and long-term data retention—they are consequently looking to new solutions to ensure immediate availability and complete protection of the
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Druva
Published By: Druva     Published Date: Nov 09, 2018
The rise of virtualization as a business tool has dramatically enhanced server and primary storage utilization. Protecting these virtualized environments, however, as well as the ever-growing amount of structured and unstructured data being created, still requires a complex, on-prem secondary storage model that imposes heavy administrative overhead and infrastructure costs.
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Druva
Published By: Pure Storage     Published Date: Oct 09, 2018
As flash storage has permeated mainstream computing, enterprises are coming to better understand not only its performance benefits but also the secondary economic benefits of flash deployment at scale. This combination of benefits — lower latencies, higher throughput and bandwidth, higher storage densities, much lower energy and floor space consumption, higher CPU utilization, the need for fewer servers and their associated lower software licensing costs, lower administration costs, and higher device-level reliability — has made the use of AFAs an economically compelling choice relative to legacy storage architectures initially developed for use with hard disk drives (HDDs). As growth rates for hybrid flash arrays (HFAs) and HDD-only arrays fall off precipitously, AFAs are experiencing one of the highest growth rates in external storage today — a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 26.2% through 2020.
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Pure Storage
Published By: Zerto     Published Date: Oct 08, 2018
"Move Workloads to the Cloud and Reduce Costs! Considering a move to Azure? Use this simple tool to find out how much you can save on storage costs by mobilizing your applications to the cloud with Zerto on Azure! "
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Zerto
Published By: Dell EMC & Intel     Published Date: Sep 06, 2018
Datacenter improvements have thus far focused on cost reduction and point solutions. Server consolidation, cloud computing, virtualization, and the implementation of flash storage capabilities have all helped reduce server sprawl, along with associated staffing and facilities costs. Converged systems — which combine compute, storage, and networking into a single system — are particularly effective in enabling organizations to reduce operational and staff expenses. These software-defined systems require only limited human intervention. Code imbedded in the software configures hardware and automates many previously manual processes, thereby dramatically reducing instances of human error. Concurrently, these technologies have enabled businesses to make incremental improvements to customer engagement and service delivery processes and strategies.
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Dell EMC & Intel
Published By: Redstor UK     Published Date: Jun 08, 2018
When studies indicate that around 70 per cent of an organisation’s data is usually ROT – redundant, obsolete or trivia – it makes no sense to leave it taking up expensive primary storage space. By downloading Redstor’s new Storage Analyser, you take the first step towards better capacity planning and cutting primary storage costs. It allows you to find out what space would be freed up if inactive data was offloaded to the cloud. Download the FREE Storage Analyser here today.
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Redstor UK
Published By: NetApp     Published Date: May 29, 2018
Read the IDC research report Shared Storage Offers Lower TCO than Direct-Attached Storage for Hadoop and NoSQL Deployments and learn how to: Unify insights across various data sources and multiple cloud deployments Reduce compute, capacity and operational costs Increase security and prevent data loss Plus, learn about the NetApp in-place analytics solution for your existing NAS data and how it can reduce infrastructure costs
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NetApp
Published By: Hewlett Packard Enterprise     Published Date: May 11, 2018
The tipping point has arrived. Large enterprises are planning their next-generation datacenters around flash-based storage, and for good reason. Flash arrays provide read and write performance that is orders of magnitude faster than spinning media at a total cost of ownership that is on par with disk and will soon be lower. The benefits not only include improved application performance, but more consistent performance, lower latency, reduced storage footprint, streamlined storage administration, and lower operating costs. These advantages are too beneficial to your business to ignore. That’s why flash is becoming the standard for new storage investments.
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Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Published By: Hewlett Packard Enterprise     Published Date: May 11, 2018
If your business is like most, you are grappling with data storage. In an annual Frost & Sullivan survey of IT decision-makers, storage growth has been listed among top data center challenges for the past five years.2 With businesses collecting, replicating, and storing exponentially more data than ever before, simply acquiring sufficient storage capacity is a problem. Even more challenging is that businesses expect more from their stored data. Data is now recognized as a precious corporate asset and competitive differentiator: spawning new business models, new revenue streams, greater intelligence, streamlined operations, and lower costs. Booming market trends such as Internet of Things and Big Data analytics are generating new opportunities faster than IT organizations can prepare for them.
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Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Published By: Cohesity     Published Date: Apr 24, 2018
As organizational needs change and workloads become increasingly distributed, a key realization is emerging: traditional approaches to backup and recovery may no longer be sufficient for many organizations. These companies may have discovered that their existing tools are not keeping pace with other advancements in their computing environments, such as scale-out storage systems and hyperconverged systems, which seek to reduce data center complexity and help manage surging storage costs.
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Cohesity
Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Apr 09, 2018
Global data deduplication provides important benefits over traditional deduplication processes because it removes redundant data through entire enterprises, not just single devices. Global deduplication increases the data deduplication ratio—the size of the original data measured against the size of the data store after redundancies are removed. This helps reduce the amount of storage required at a time when businesses face exponential storage growth. Chief benefits of global deduplication include: • Reductions in storage of up to 60% • The most optimal deduplication ratio • Enterprise-wide reach • Massive reductions in backup-related WAN traffic By shrinking storage capacity needs, data deduplication can cut storage costs quickly. At the same time, businesses today need to access and utilize their data in real time, making the most recent and relevant information available. By eliminating redundant data, deduplication technology makes it simpler for data to be managed across various b
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Carbonite
Published By: NetApp     Published Date: Mar 05, 2018
Disaster recovery (DR) from remote sites with dedicated servers, storage, and networking gear has long been a best practice for mission-critical applications. However, other applications and data have often gone unprotected due to the costs required for redundant DR assets that are seldom, if ever, utilized. The ability to move DR to the cloud has changed the picture and enabled IT organizations to build more robust DR strategies than had been possible in the past.
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NetApp
Published By: Limelight Networks     Published Date: Mar 02, 2018
Your online audience expects fast, flawless, secure experiences on any device in any location, every time. But whether you are delivering videos, your website, music, software or games, ensuring engaging online experiences from an increasing variety of devices around the world is a huge challenge. Content delivery networks (CDNs) can significantly improve the user experience of your online audiences. But not all CDNs deliver the same level of service. Dos and Don’ts of Evaluating and Deploying a CDN provides tips on how to determine what is most important to your organization and how to choose a CDN that meets your needs. Download this guide to learn: The four major performance factors that can affect user experience Why speed alone isn't an accurate measure of performance How a content audit can identify performance bottlenecks The role content storage can play in reducing costs and latency How to decide what features are most important to your business
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content delivery network, cdn, web performance, web acceleration, digital content delivery, ddos protection, ddos, web application security, mobile delivery, global content delivery, live streaming, video on demand, video delivery, ott content delivery
    
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