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Azure Storage Blog customers now have a new tamper-proof storage option that can help them meet regulatory and legal obligations.
Among the concerns is the increased risk and complexity associated with running SQL Server in any public cloud, where high-availability (HA) clustering configurations can be challenging to implement—and can increase the overall cost of the solution.
Company's new RM5 drive is what Toshiba is presenting as the next logical step up for those people in the business of keeping their storage facilities fast and up to date.
With double the capacity of memory to 128GB and increased PCIe storage, the ThinkPad P52 is a necessity for things such as animation and visual effects project storage, large models and datasets and real-time playback.
Alta 4.2 reinforces Rubrik’s single control plane for the enterprise hybrid cloud, with more detailed support for private cloud, public cloud and traditional data center workloads.
Shops using Docker containers and Kubernetes scheduling will like that QoreStor features multitenancy, in that users can easily create storage groups--and containers within those storage groups--to define separate storage policies and capacities within a single QoreStor system.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW: HPE OneView is an infrastructure automation engine to simplify operations, increasing the speed of IT delivery for new applications and services.
Microsoft announces the general availability of three compliance tools on the day GDPR goes into effect.
This cloud-storage option provides users with the ability to store data and to collaborate across any of Box’s existing seven zones, all from a single Box instance.
One of these systems can help companies maintain their investments in legacy arrays, because Pure’s NVME storage can make them all look the same in one controller.
In addition, Informatica will soon be launching a new intelligent cloud service, Data Accelerator for Azure, which will enable enterprises to move legacy data warehouse workloads to the cloud—something which has been problematic, to say the least, in the past.