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Research Areas

Infrastructure Management

Includes Security, SRM, Cloud, ICM, SaaS, Business Intelligence, Data Warehouse, Database Appliances, NFM, Storage Management.

This section covers all forms of technologies that impact IT infrastructure management. Taneja Group analysts particularly focus on the interplay between server virtualization and storage, with and without virtualization, and study the impact on performance, security and management of the IT infrastructure. This section also includes all aspects of storage management (SRM, SMI-S) and the role of cross correlation engines on overall performance of an application. Storage virtualization technologies (In-band, Out-of-band, split path architectures or SPAID) are all covered in detail. Data Security, whether for data in-flight or at-rest and enterprise level key management issues are covered along with all the players that make up the ecosystems.

As databases continue to grow larger and more complex they present issues in terms of security, performance and management. Taneja Group analysts cover the vendors and the technologies that harness the power of archiving to reduce the size of active databases. We also cover specialized database appliances that have become the vogue lately. All data protection issues surrounding databases are also covered in detail. We write extensively on this topic for the benefit of the IT user.

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GlassHouse Company Profile Taneja Group

In the IT world, an accurate indicator of a given sector’s maturity is the range and sophistication of the service provider ecosystem. Examining the storage world within this context suggests that we are still in the early days of the sector’s evolution. Given the industry’s over $50B in revenues and the increasing importance of storage and information management within the context of an enterprise’s IT strategy, the lack of independent storage services players is very surprising.

 

Publish date: 07/01/04
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Sun AppIQ Announcement - Opinion

Sun and AppIQ have announced a broad strategic relationship whereby Sun plans to offer co-branded management solutions leveraging AppIQ’s Storage Authority Suite under its StorEdge Enterprise Storage Manager framework. As part of the deal, Sun and AppIQ have agreed to jointly develop new management solutions based on AppIQ’s technology platform.

 

Publish date: 04/01/04
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EMC Acquires VMWare - Opinion

On December 15th, EMC announced that it had entered into a definitive agreement to acquire VMWare, a privately held software company based in Palo Alto, California, for $635M in cash. The deal represents EMC’s third, major software purchase in less than six months, the previous two being Legato and Documentum.

 

Publish date: 03/01/04
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Taming The Distributed Enterprise WAFS

In many respects, the branch office is still the “wild frontier” of enterprise IT: an uncharted, unknown territory best left to the adventurous. This frontier mentality is especially evident in the world of storage. There are over 1 million corporate branch offices in the United States, most of them utilizing some manner of file serving technology.

Publish date: 03/01/04
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Candera: Storage Tiers and ATA - Technology Brief

Taneja Group sees many end users deploying multiple classes of storage devices, or “storage tiers” in order to increase the economies and overall utilization of their storage environment. In most of these cases, we see users leveraging lower costs ATA and serial ATA (SATA) arrays alongside more expensive fibre-channel storage fabrics.

 

Publish date: 01/01/04
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File Systems Acquisition Trends PolyServe - Opinion

In November, 2003, Network Appliance acquired Spinnaker Networks, a provider of NAS systems whose core IP consists of a highly scalable distributed file system (DFS) that can be used in a wide range of deployment scenarios. In late December, 2003, Red Hat acquired Sistina Software in order to command that company’s flagship Global File System (GFS), an essential ingredient to enabling highly scalable data sharing for networked storage environments running behind Red Hat Linux servers.

 

Publish date: 12/01/03
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