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Whitepaper “Software Defined Storage – The Missing Link for Cloud and the Software Defined Datacenter”

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EMA’s 2013 cloud research (Demystifying Cloud, 2013) report has identified storage as one of the main pain points when it comes to implementing cloud technologies on the way to the Software Defined Datacenter. The report observed the rapid onboarding of more and more business critical applications, which all require significant storage capacity and performance – ERP, CRM, CMS, Big Data, […]

Software Defined Storage – The Missing Link for Cloud and the Software Defined Datacenter

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EMA’s 2013 cloud research (Demystifying Cloud, 2013) report has identified storage as one of the main pain points when it comes to implementing cloud technologies on the way to the Software Defined Datacenter. The report observed the rapid onboarding of more and more business critical applications, which all require significant storage capacity and performance – ERP, CRM, CMS, Big Data, […]

Calling All Partners: Get the App Management Roadmap for 2013 at VMware PEX from Feb 23-28

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For VMware partners, VMware Partner Exchange (PEX) is the single most beneficial VMware event they can attend. This year, PEX is in Vegas from February 25-28 and will be highlighting the transformational roadmap to the Software Defined Datacenter (SDDC). Building on previous announcements that put VMware’s Application Management products right in the vCloud Suite that powers the […]

VMware’s SDN Dilemma: VXLAN or Nicira?

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VMware has a technology problem: it’s backing two competing standards for overlay networks: Nicira’s STT and the IETF draft standard VXLAN. Anoverlay network enables network virtualization, which is a core component of VMware’s software-defined data center initiative. Both STT and VXLAN have upsides and downsides. I’ll look at each protocol and speculate on which direction VMware […]

Download VMware vCloud Suite Poster

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Are you still confused by the vCloud Suite?  Are you unaware of the products and great features you could have access to right now? This poster was designed to help you, the vSphere administrators, understand which products are part of the vCloud Suite, this poster will show you what is available as part of the […]

Will VMware’s Earnings Measure Up to Analyst Expectations?

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VMware (NYSE: VMW) is set to announce Q4 2012 and year-end earnings at the close of business Jan. 28 and, as The VAR Guy noted last week, it will be interested to see how well the virtualization bellwether’s vCloud Suite and software-defined data center talking points are doing. Other defining market indicators will be in […]

Storage Magazine Names Virsto Software-Defined Storage ‘Product of the Year’ Finalist

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Virsto® Software, an innovative provider of VM-centric software-defined storage, today announced that its storage hypervisor, Virsto for vSphere 1.5, has been selected as a 2012 Product of the Year finalist in the Enterprise Storage System Software category by Storage Magazine and SearchStorage.com. Virsto’s storage hypervisor delivers purpose built, high-performance data services, including I/O optimization, high-performance thin provisioning, scalable […]

5 Things VMware Should Do In 2013

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In 2012, VMware accomplished a lot by sketching out a vision of the software-defined data center as the direction it’s headed. It sees virtualization not as the one-time technology transition early implementers expected, rather as an ongoing process of applying more automation to all forms of data center operations. Despite the heavy R&D such a […]

Why Model-Driven Application Provisioning is Better than Workflow Deployments

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The goal of the Software-defined Datacenter (SDDC) is that every datacenter function can be delivered as a service on any cloud at any time. At a basic level, this implies that these services need to have a high level of reuse in order to truly be multi-cloud capable and fit into the SDDC mantra. Much […]

EMC’s Storage Strategy

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In its 2002 annual report, EMC described its strategy in a one-line statement: It was the only company 100% dedicated to automated networked storage. What a difference a decade makes! Now EMC is an information infrastructure company with a broad portfolio of products and services, including VMware and RSA. Still, amidst all the talk about […]

Embrane is Citrix Ready

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Embrane is dedicated to bringing unprecedented levels of agility to the network. For years, enterprises and hosting/cloud service providers have been constrained by the rigidity, high expense and management complexity associated with networking hardware. The introduction of virtual appliances has only marginally improved things. While compute and storage technologies have evolved to support rapid provisioning, […]

Virtualizing Mission-critical Applications in a Hospital Environment: DataCore Software Customer San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital to Deliver Keynote Session in a Virtual Seminar Taking Place TOMORROW, November 14th

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Hospital ‘s “Case Study” presentation hits home the POWER of virtualizing tier 1 applications (the BIG BENEFIT OF VIRTUALIZATION)  and provides a lesson as to how DataCore storage hypervisors remove system bottlenecks, ease system maintenance and deliver on the promise of the software-defined data center. SearchHealthIT.com is sponsoring a “Health Care Virtualization Strategies” virtual seminar […]

Storage Hypervisors Vs. Software Defined Storage

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The IT industry is an incubator for new technology and new buzzwords. The interest around software defined networking (SDN) has given rise to the term software defined data center (SDDC), and vendors are also now talking about software-defined storage (SDS). Software-defined storage includes such concepts as policy-driven storage provisioning and the use of virtual volumes, in which the physical hardware is […]

PHD Virtual Provides Easier to Manage and More Efficient Backup Solutions for Enterprise Environments

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PHD Virtual Technologies, a pioneer in virtual machine backup and recovery, and innovator of virtualization monitoring solutions, announced today their solutions are well-suited for large enterprise environments as well as small businesses with growing data storage, backup and recovery needs. PHD Virtual Backup 6.0 gives customers of all sizes the scalability and flexibility they need, […]

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