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Cloud Platforms and Apps

Includes Cloud Platforms; IaaS, PaaS and SaaS; enabling infrastructure technologies; deployment types; and cloud development technologies and approaches.

This category covers all types of cloud platforms, including IaaS, PaaS and SaaS, along with all types of cloud deployments, such as private, public, hybrid and multi cloud. We cover enabling cloud infrastructure technologies in areas such as compute, storage and networking. This practice spans cloud apps development and deployment, including containers and microservices architectures, and the DevOps functions to manage them. We look at cloud platforms in the context of displacing traditional on-premises IT infrastructure and enabling new on-demand apps and services, providing customers with greater flexibility and agility. Though cloud is growing rapidly, we believe that cloud and traditional datacenter infrastructure will co-exist for many years to come, with companies electing to maintain some of their IT workloads and processes on-premises for reasons such as security, control and/or cost. We address the pain points and opportunities resulting from this transformation, to help vendors and end users optimize their cloud investments.

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StorageTek Acquires Storability - Opinion

StorageTek announced that it has acquired Storability Software, a provider of SRM solutions to the enterprise market. We believe this acquisition will deliver significant value to StorageTek as it continues its transformation into an integrated provider of data management solutions. Storability gains a massive channel for its differentiated storage management products.

 

Publish date: 10/01/04
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EMC Centera And The New Era of Disk Archival - Technology Brief

Disk-based archiving answers many challenges in the enterprise, but this strong new trend also creates many new questions for end users. Specifically, because of their distinct architectural approaches. Taneja Group sees some confusion regarding the question of whether to deploy a traditional file system or an object storage (e.g. Content Addressed Storage, or CAS) approach in support of an enterprise archival initiative.

 

Publish date: 10/01/04
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Network file management solves NAS problems - Published Article

The challenges of enterprise file services are well-known to virtually all storage managers, regardless of the size or sophistication of their environments. Ranging from departmental CIFS/NFS file servers up to enterprise NAS deployments, storage managers face a common set of challenges around file management, scalability, and utilization rates. Enterprise end users increasingly understand the perils of managing independent NAS devices as discrete “one-off” resources.

 

Publish date: 10/01/04
Profile

IBM’s Next Generation Storage Systems - Product Profile

In a recent announcement, IBM unveiled its next generation line of storage systems aimed at delivering on its promise of an OnDemand data center with modular infrastructure components, seamless scalability in capacity and performance, all managed with a common, global framework. The announcement was highlighted by the introduction of two new products, the IBM TotalStorage DS6000 modular enterprise class array and the IBM TotalStorage DS8000 high-end enterprise array.

 

Publish date: 10/01/04
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Taneja Group DLT Ice - Product Profile

Meeting industry specific regulatory compliance requirements for data retention and electronic records management is one of the biggest issues facing businesses and IT administrators today. Whether you are a financial services institution, hospital, or a pharmaceutical company, compliance with regulations has become an integral part of the IT strategy and a key consideration for many infrastructure purchasing decisions.

 

Publish date: 09/01/04
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EMC Gets Serious With Midrange NAS - Opinion

On August 30th, EMC made a significant product announcement regarding the expansion of their mid-range NAS strategy. While announcements that result in greater breadth of choice at better price/performance levels for customers are always welcomed, the most interesting insight from this announcement is what it implies at the macro-level regarding EMC’s NAS strategy. Taneja Group believes that EMC has just crossed a very critical&mdash;but little heralded&mdash;threshold.

 

Publish date: 09/01/04
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