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Infortrend EonNAS 3000 Series boosts management efficiency, customization


Infortrend announced this week that EonNAS 3000 unified storage systems have added support for command line interface (CLI). Joining the intuitive EonNAS GUI, CLI allows direct system management, helping IT managers perform tasks with greater flexibility and efficiency.


Storage vendors meet certification standards on Citrix Ready VDI Capacity Program

Nimble Storage

Nimble Storage, provider of flash-optimized hybrid storage solutions, announced Thursday that its flash-optimized storage solutions have been verified as part of the Citrix Ready VDI Capacity Program Verified for Citrix XenDesktop.

The Citrix Ready VDI Capacity program is designed specifically to address the storage needs of customers who already have or are thinking about implementing desktop virtualization (VDI) using XenDesktop.


WANdisco’s SmartSVN 8.5 improves performance and compatibility with Apache Subversion


WANdisco announced SmartSVN 8.5, the latest version of its platform independent graphical client for Apache Subversion. SmartSVN 8.5 delivers significant performance and compatibility improvements by utilizing JavaHL, a Java wrapper for Subversion that shares the same code base as the Subversion command-line client and tools.


SQL Sentry debuts v8.0 with alerting, baselining, cloud features

SQL Sentry

SQL Sentry introduced Wednesday v8.0 of their SQL Sentry Power Suite. The Power Suite continues its category dominance as a complete monitoring solution available for SQL Server, with seamless history tracking and the lowest documented server overhead.


Amazon EMR lowers prices, adds new EC2 Instance Types

Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced that its Amazon Elastic MapReduce (Amazon EMR) web service will now support 12 additional EC2 instance types and supports hs1.8xlarge, hi1.4xlarge, and cc2.8xlarge in additional AWS regions. These EC2 instance types are ideal for a range of applications such as HBase, Spark, and Impala. This helps to make it easier to process large amounts of data using Hadoop on AWS, AWS announced Tuesday.

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