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Is Your Data Center Ready for SDDC?

Check out the steps data center operators can take to bridge IT and facility needs to optimize the physical infrastructure for SDDCs.

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Shadow IT: How Big Is the Problem and Why Is ITaaS the Antidote?

What’s the antidote to Shadow IT? It’s something called IT-as-a-Service, but before getting into how this solves the problem of Shadow IT, it is important to understand why it exists in the first place.

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Has Hadoop Lost Its Cool?

Hadoop has proven to be a valuable ecosystem for experimentation.

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Plot Twist: Tape Never Went Away

The use cases for tape storage span from active archives, tape as NAS, storage tiering, and tape in the cloud.

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Data Storage – Five Reasons Why It’s the New Celebrity

More than 50 percent of companies are now incorporating nonvolatile memory, which is one of the reasons data storage is fast becoming the new IT celebrity.

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Robust Dual-Port and Multipath for High Availability and Efficient Sharing

SAS has become the robust choice for dual-port and multipath solutions, satisfying user need for storage continuity options in the data center.

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How ‘Flash as System Memory’ Will Revolutionize Enterprise Computing

by Jerome McFarland Modern businesses have a historic opportunity to transform big data into life-changing benefits for their customers and partners.  With vast amounts of data being generated at unprecedented rates, a wealth valuable information lies at their fingertips. In many situations, however, simply collecting information is not enough. Instead, the ability to quickly understand, and act upon, the information is often the difference between winning and losing. For many […]

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How Open Source Software and Software-Defined Infrastructure Are Making In-house IT Relevant Again

Over the last decade, there has been a steady stream of CIOs moving away from proprietary stacks and buying into the vision of open.

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Six Qualities That Make Your ITOA Tool Modern

by Richard Whitehead I routinely meet and talk with people who are extremely concerned about the future, specifically the degree to which their current Open IT Operations Analytics (ITOA) architecture will be a gating factor to the adoption of new technologies, development methodologies and lines of business. They are naturally looking for a state-of-the-art alternative, and something that will future-proof themselves for the next decade at least. But a common […]

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