Check out the latest news from the first day of Commvault Go!
Datacenter architectures must meet the changing needs of many applications, while also supporting demanding workloads today. Datera’s design focuses on data movement, to allow flexibility for growth as requirements change. It uses commodity hardware and machine learning to create an optimal and cost-effective storage platform for the modern datacenter.
Stephen Foskett is interviewing Commvault management to learn the latest news at Commvault GO in Denver. Commvault recently acquired Hedvig, a software-defined storage company, and is enhancing its backup offerings with this highly-integrated, scalable storage solution. The company also announced Metallic, a new software-as-a-service offering.
As discussed at Storage Field Day in February, the idea of reusing and repurposing stored data makes sense from both a business intelligence perspective and from a cyber-resiliency standpoint. IBM’s solution is based on a solid foundation with years of enterprise use, and enhances the snapshot capabilities already found in most enterprise storage systems. Spectrum Protect Plus really moves IBM’s data protection offering forward, “upcycling” data for the enterprise.
Tom Hollingsworth, Ken Nalbone, and Stephen Foskett discuss the news and announcements live from VMworld US 2019! Topics include VMware’s acquisition of Carbon Black and Pivotal, VMware’s partnership with NVIDIA for virtual GPUs, HPE GreenLake on VMware, updates to Workspace One, and Project Pacific!
VMware made so many announcements at VMworld US 2019 that one critical one might have been overlooked: Project Pacific is a new version of vSphere that includes complete native Kubernetes integration. This has massive potential to bring a new era of application classification and cloud-like application management to the datacenter.
Before buzzwords like “cloud” and “software-defined storage” (SDS) became part of our everyday vocabulary, software developers like Boyan Ivanov, Chief Executive and Co-Founder of StorPool Storage, already were hard at work devising ways to build extremely fast, reliable, and scalable storage solutions for public and private use cases. While the solution may not have had a fancy moniker, it aims to re-energize block storage, combining high-end storage area network (SAN) technology through software and the performance of local solid-state drive (SSD) storage.
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We’re blogging live from the Intel Data-Centric Innovation Day April 2, 2019 in San Francisco!
The industry is holding its breath. Will 2019 be the year that Intel and the software ecosystem release a compelling storage-class memory stack?