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In this new world of mix-and-match everything inside data centers and across supply chains, the concept of coexistence within different layers of data management is a welcome one for IT managers.
The Palo Alto, Calif.-based company was busy this week releasing a flotilla of new infrastructure items aimed at cost-conscious small and midrange customers.
This is a database analytics engine that goes to where the data resides, rather than the conventional other way around. DBAs will love this.
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Cisco spiffs up control with new cloud-based Intersight dashboard, putting systems management as-a-service on the map.
Spaces is designed for hosting web assets, acting as the origin for content delivery networks and storing user-generated content, such as images and large media files.
QF2 is new-generation file storage system that creates a single file domain spanning both the data center and the cloud.
The Japan-based conglomerate is forced to unload the thriving business unit to fill a major hole in its finances caused by the bankruptcy of its U.S. nuclear unit, Westinghouse.
Venerable storage provider also modernizes NetBackup for multi-cloud, virtual, physical and modern big data workloads.
Spinoff, newly updated IoT platform and list of other items being debuted at Las Vegas conference.
Starting Sept. 18, Big Blue will send you a physical storage device so you can hook up your data stream to it, fill it up to 120TB with all the content you want, and have it stored in the Bluemix Cloud.
Network-attached storage has the speed; the cloud has the capacity. But combining both exposes their weaknesses. A better way is to reinvent NAS to avoid tradeoffs.