After participating in the Pure Storage Spotlight Podcast, Tech Blogger, Max Mortillaro, writes about Pure Storage’s FlashStack. Max believes FlashStack provides an enterprise-class experience with 6-nines availability, deep integrations with VMWare Cloud Foundation (including persistent storage orchestration for containers), automated data placement, and supports best-in-class VMware technologies, such as vVols and VAAI, promising customers the very best storage performance on VMware platforms.
In his next post in this series, Joep Piscaer explains cloud-native needs object-based storage and how Pure Storage’s FlashBlade can help. With FlashBlade, the industry’s first unified fast file and object storage platform, which supports NFS and S3-compliance object storage in a single array, managing storage performance is much easier, as the system allows scale-out performance for both file-based and object-based storage with the same array.
IT Consultant, Chris Williams, examines Kubernetes and containers after participating in the Pure Storage Spotlight Podcast.
In this Tech Talk, Joep Piscaer explores Pure Storage’s FlashBlade Purity 3.0 and how it works. With the FlashBlade’s distributed scale-out architecture, the load is spread across all blades in the cluster, maximizing performance. Pure Storage is helping operators manage the lifecycle of not just the data, but the storage platform itself, too.
Following his appearance in the Pure Storage Spotlight Podcast, Tech Blogger, Drew Conry-Murray, explores how storage vendors are embracing containers.
In this Pure Storage Tech Talk, Zoë Rose discusses how costly yet necessary backups can be, and why the best defense against ransomware is preparation aligned to the realistic needs of the organization.
In this Pure Storage Tech Talk, Zoë Rose explores the dangers of backup ransomware attacks and how Pure Storage approaches this resilience and proportionate backup through their FlashBlade solution.
In the Pure Storage Showcase, Pure announced its new software offering, Active DR. Panelist, Josh Fidel, explains what ActiveDR is and how he feels about it. ActiveDR is software-only, so it will be included with FlashArray™. No extra licensing is required. Josh gives kudos to Pure for making this decision.
In the Pure Storage Showcase, Pure announced its addition of FlashArray™ File Services to its Purity management software. Panelist, Gina Rosenthal, reflects on what this means for Pure Storage, which is that you can now run the storage services needed, block or file, to match the requirements of your workload
Pure Storage announced in a Gestalt IT Showcase two new offerings to their portfolio of services to bolster their product offerings: asynchronous replication with ActiveDR and FlashArray File Services. Panelist, Paul Woodward reflects on Pure’s announcement of these two offerings and believes Pure Storage continues to improve its product portfolio. An easy to utilize and configure disaster recovery solution built into the existing storage platform provides even the most understaffed IT departments with the ability to protect their business and data.