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The Undocumented Risks of Data Migrations

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All organizations hate introducing risk into their production IT environments. Yet many organizations of all sizes regularly take undocumented risks whenever they migrate data from one storage target to another. The need for data migrations often occurs any time they introduce a new storage array or storage target into their environment. While the risk level varies from one organization to the next, none are completely immune from them.

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Hyper-converged Infrastructure Adoption is a Journey, not a Destination

By | Data Center Management, Data Migration, Flash Memory, Hyper-converged, Solid state storage Flash Memory SSD | No Comments

Few data center technologies currently generate more buzz than hyper-converged infrastructure solutions. By combining compute, data protection, flash, scale-out, and virtualization into a single self-contained unit, organizations get the best of what each of these individual technologies has to offer with the flexibility to implement each one in such a way that it matches their specific business needs. Yet organizations must exercise restraint in how many attributes they ascribe to hyper-converged infrastructure solutions as their adoption is a journey, not a destination.

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What “The Terminator” and Storage Virtualization Have in Common

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One of my favorite all time movies is The Terminator. It is one of those timeless classics whose video was less than optional, it had some cheesy special effects and it contained dialog that was highlighted by “I’ll be back.” Yet despite these flaws what carried The Terminator and still makes it popular to this day was its compelling story line.

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