Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Thursday, May 23, 2024

Private Clone S3 Object Storage On A Massive Scale

In the hyperscale world, snippets of data pile up like mountains and a traditional file system that allows data to be updated is not only inappropriate, but too slow ...Full Article

Network Filers Take To The Clouds

Most disk storage arrays are based on commodity hardware these days. Generally speaking, they use Xeon processors from Intel as their controller brains, they use normal main memory as ...Full Article

Pure Storage Hints At Hyperconverged Future

All-flash storage array maker Pure Storage has been very clear that it is not interested in going backwards and delivering hybrid arrays that mix disk drives and flash memory, ...Full Article

Breaking The Storage Bottleneck In The Datacenter

As more applications are virtualized, storage is said to be emerging as a bottleneck in datacenter performance. These performance issues mean many applications cannot take full advantage of the ...Full Article

Calls For EMC-VMware Breakup Get Louder

IBM has sold off its System x division to Lenovo, eBay is spinning off PayPal, and Hewlett-Packard is breaking itself into two. Suddenly the idea of conglomerates that have ...Full Article

Nutanix Goes All-Flash For Server-Storage Hybrids

The competition in the hyperconverged system market is heating up, and companies that once worried about taking on incumbent server and storage makers with their server-storage hybrids now have ...Full Article

SolidFire Aims Lower With All-Flash Arrays, Raises Cash

All-flash array upstart SolidFire, which was founded by a team of techies with expertise in online gaming, cloud computing, and enterprise storage, is launching smaller-scale versions of its eponymous ...Full Article

Heftier Gluster Storage Helps Red Hat Tackle Big Data

Just because Red Hat bought Inktank for its Ceph clustered object storage software does not mean it has forgotten about its commercial variant of the Gluster clustered file system, ...Full Article

Price Erosion, Weak Demand Rattle Storage Market

Weak demand continues to slow the global external disk storage market as storage prices continue a steady decline despite the inexorable rise of big data. The upshot is stiffening ...Full Article

Oracle Takes On All-Flash Makers With Hybrid FS1 Arrays

Despite the naysayers that still contend that Oracle should not have gotten into the hardware business through its acquisition of Sun Microsystems nearly five years ago, Oracle co-founder and ...Full Article
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