This article shares some changes in high-end storage that have emerged since the publication of the 2020-21 DCIG TOP 5 High End Storage Arrays report.
Author: Ken Clipperton
Tintri and DCIG will discuss the power of real-time and predictive analytics to automatically optimize infrastructure during a Tintri Talk In Session on January 12 at 9am PT / 12pm ET / 5pm GMT
The data environments of many businesses have become so large and complex that their backup infrastructures can no longer protect all their data or meet their recovery time requirements. Achieving data resilience at scale requires a new approach.
This week I had the privilege of attending SC22, the supercomputing conference, in Dallas, TX. Supercomputing centers are early adopters of technologies that will soon be common in most data centers. Thus, the sessions I attended, the attendees I spoke with, and the solutions on display in the exhibit hall provided me with an eye-opening glimpse into tomorrow’s data center.
Nasuni recently hosted Nasuni CloudBound22, a two-day virtual conference. This article summarizes key takeaways from the event.
Predictive analytics applied to enterprise storage is delivering a lot of value. Tintri focuses its analytics on optimizing application performance, not break/fix support. This focus is a fundamentally better approach to applying analytics to enterprise storage than many other vendors offer.
Attend the “The Active Archiving Ecosystem” virtual conference to learn how active archiving enables organizations to manage and monetize data at scale while reducing overall storage costs and enhancing cyber resilience. DCIG is moderating this virtual conference on September 22, 2022.
THE DATA CENTER INTELLIGENCE GROUP (DCIG) IS UPDATING ITS RESEARCH INTO HIGH-END STORAGE ARRAYS DCIG is currently updating its research on primary storage arrays, and
DCIG is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the 2022-23 DCIG TOP 5 Enterprise Storage as a Service Solutions report. This report provides guidance on the TOP 5 solutions enterprises should consider for their storage as service requirements.