Organizations struggle with managing expanding volumes of unstructured data. Storing, protecting, and providing secure access to this data creates challenges around cost, complexity, and scalability. A new generation of software-defined storage (SDS) products offer solutions to these challenges.
Author: Todd Dorsey
DCIG is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the DCIG TOP 5 Rising Vendors SDS Block Storage Solutions report. This report provides guidance on the software-defined storage (SDS) solutions organizations should consider for block storage.
DCIG is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the inaugural DCIG TOP 5 Enterprise Hybrid Cloud SDS Block Storage Solutions report. This report provides guidance on the TOP 5 software-defined storage (SDS) providers organizations should consider for hybrid cloud SDS block storage solutions.
SDS has moved beyond early data center deployments and into cloud deployments and data targets. This linkage with cloud platforms is shaping the features and characteristics of SDS products. Here are four ways that hybrid cloud adoption influences SDS offerings.
To help organizations, DCIG plans to publish one or more TOP 5 reports focused on SDS block storage. In preparing these reports, DCIG identified and researched six topical areas that organizations typically evaluate when selecting an SDS solution. In so doing, organizations may use these TOP 5 reports to quickly develop a short list of solutions matching their requirements.
DCIG is initiating research into the software-defined storage (SDS) marketplace, focusing initially on block storage. DCIG invites SDS block storage providers to participate in the survey research taking place through September 2020. DCIG will publish results in the 4th quarter as one or more TOP 5 reports. DCIG’s TOP 5 Reports help IT decision-makers save valuable time through a succinct analysis of SDS solutions.