The Data Economy Report - 2017 Industry InsightsThe Data Economy Report - 2017 Industry InsightsMore than 9,000 IT professionals spanning twenty-four countries across the US, Europe, and Asia that provides industry insights on how organizations are balancing infrastructure and applications for digital business.
As the IT industry enters the cloud era, where hybrid IT is the dominant deployment model in organizations of all sizes, the capabilities of primary all flash arrays (AFAs) will need to evolve to handle cloud scale and agility.
Read this TechTarget white paper to learn how organizations are overcoming common challenges with big data workloads. Many users demand extreme performance in terms of bandwidth, IOPS, low latency and high availability when dealing with potentially huge multi-petabyte data sets. Discover how new innovations in all-flash storage can address these challenges by offering performance, density and simplified manageability via a unique combination of features and functions found in FlashBlade.
Government agencies need to find a solution to a problem that shows no signs of slowing: exponential data growth.
I&O leaders can no longer rely on the assumption that it is safer to buy from established storage vendors when compared to new suppliers. This research describes what I&O leaders must do to benefit from changes in the storage industry.
This IDC white paper assesses the impact Evergreen Storage has had on the enterprise storage industry and discusses the technical, financial, and business implications of the program from a customer point of view.
Are you considering the switch to all-flash storage? Read this Dummies book to learn:
How to contain your storage costs
Attain storage simplicity and manageability
Ways to achieve scalability and agility
Reasons you need all-flash storage
For decades, enterprise storage has been widely viewed as—let’s face it—an important but largely commoditized IT necessity. After all, every application needs storage. But following a highly innovative period in the 1980s and ‘90s, advances in enterprise storage slowed to a crawl compared with other IT functions. In fact, storage vendors’ products all evolved to be quite similar in terms of capabilities.