Flash storage is taking the enterprise market by storm. With all-flash arrays (AFAs) now available from every major enterprise storage vendor, they are quickly becoming a mainstream general purpose deployment platform for mixed workloads. According to IDC, flash technology will come to dominate primary storage platforms by 2020.
Read this independent whitepaper to learn what sets the NetApp AFF apart from other AFAs on the market, and discover why IDC describes the AFF as “the crown jewel” in the NetApp portfolio of all-flash storage solutions.
Everybody knows all-flash storage is faster than disk, but that’s just part of the story. Early adopters are raving about the other benefits, too, including big savings in IT time and resources. Download the Top Three Benefits of All-Flash Arrays to learn more.
How has flash evolved over the years? This infographic takes you from the invention of flash memory in 1980 to its introduction in storage systems in 2008 to where we are today: an all-flash platform that supplies flexible, independent scaling of both capacity and performance.
NetApp closely ties its product development and portfolio to match its customers' real-world application needs; to support tangible business-level value. NetApp has a full portfolio of products that support customer needs ranging from brute horsepower to data management-rich sophistication. Read about driving business value from flash-optimized storage.
Consolidating to a flash-optimized infrastructure results in 50% to 80% fewer drives being deployed. This, along with the need for high performance and agility, has propelled flash to have one of the highest growth rates within the storage industry. Learn how the combination of flash-optimized architectures and cloud have changed the storage requirements for mixed workloads that are common among most organizations.
Windows Server 2016 is an important release in enabling
IT to deliver on the promise of the third platform.
It provides a path to a seamless, integrated cloud
environment—incorporating public, private and hybrid
models—with the software-defined data center as the
hub. In migrating to this next-generation data center
model, it is essential that IT leaders choose the right
partner for the compute platform, as well as storage,
networking and systems management
This solution guide describes the Dell HTSS which integrates PV DL2200 running CV Simpana 9 Data & Information Management Software with the Dell NSS and PowerVault ML6000 Tape Libraries to provide a multi-tiered Hierarchical Storage Management system
This white paper reveals the five storage imperatives or virtualizing mission critical applications and explains how to improve performance and responsiveness, achieve reliability and availability, reduce costs and implement powerful data protection.
With the arrival of Dell 12th generation servers (12G) and Microsoft Windows Server 2012, your organization can now significantly simplify Windows Server deployment.
Window Server 2012 delivers a number of new enhancements and features over your current Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2008 infrastructure. With Windows Server 2012, your organization can benefit from improved virtualization, identity and access control management, graphical interface, storage and networking, and Web and application hosting.
Dell 12G servers provide a powerful platform for Windows Server 2012 and its advanced features, giving your organization better performance, reliability and management, all of which improve return on investment (ROI) and your bottom line. For more information on powering Dell servers with Windows Server 2012, see www.dell.com/ws2012.
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Published By: Dynatrace
Published Date: Apr 26, 2017
This new report from Dynatrace and O'Reilly Media details the 3 stages that businesses move through as they migrate to the cloud, and a winning strategy for each stage. It includes case studies that will show you how to tackle both technical and cultural challenges along the way.
One of the most effective ways to address database performance and cost challenges is to modernize the underlying hardware infrastructure. Innovations such as flash storage, converged infrastructure architectures, and sophisticated data management platforms can have a major impact. Learn more in our free eBook: Optimizing Database Storage Performance for Dummies.
Information is the engine of business growth in the digital age. Market intelligence, customer information, intellectual property and other data can be harnessed to create a quantifiable competitive advantage for a company and lay the path for future expansion. Yet as critical as data can be, the sweeping year-over-year proliferation in data volumes can quickly overwhelm an IT organization. This is much more than a budget problem: Without an effective data storage strategy, an organization is putting a critical resource at risk.
The CA Automated Storage Optimization Mainframe Suite provides a best-practices-based and intelligent approach to SRM, delivering the tools to identify and classify your storage assets. Access this Technology Brief to understand how to maximize use of existing storage resources and ensures protection of business-critical applications and information.
Storage infrastructure performance monitoring and management is the key to business continuity and availability solutions. To ensure application performance, storage managers must manage the performance of the array and the SAN based on the array. HP Storage Essentials software delivers a solution for these scenarios. This solution brief addresses how current performance management challenges can be resolved with HP Storage Essentials software.
This white paper discusses Unisphere for VNXe. It describes the Unisphere for VNXe interface, and explains how an IT generalist can easily complete storage-related tasks using this intuitive, easy-to-use interface.