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Riverbed Accelerates Cloud Storage with Whitewater

Congratulations to Riverbed on the launch of the new Whitewater appliance for cloud storage acceleration.

  • Premiered: 11/10/10
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: Riverbed.com
Topic(s): Atmos Cloud Storage EMC Riverbed WAN Optimization Whitewater
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IBM Takes the Cloud by Storm, Chooses Nirvanix as their Strategic Partner

This week Nirvanix announced that IBM Global Services will be launching its own public cloud storage service based on Nirvanix's Cloud Storage Network (CSN) technology. This is a major coup for Nirvanix, to say the least. IGS plans to make the cloud available to the public for placement and access to archival and backup data and for content collaboration. Targeted industries are healthcare, media and entertainment and financial services. IBM also plans on integrating this cloud storage service with its proprietary compute cloud at the software layer; both offerings will be sold by IBM under the SmartCloud banner.

  • Premiered: 10/18/11
  • Author: Arun Taneja
  • Published: Taneja Group
Topic(s): IBM Nirvanix EMC NetApp HP DDN StorageGRID Atmos WOS

Riverbed and EMC Deliver Capacity-Optimized Cloud Storage for Backup, Recovery, Archiving, and DR

Many innovative enterprises are turning to cloud storage to meet their data protection demands. Cloud storage promises an elastic “pay-as-you-go” storage pool for backups and archives, which not only reduces expensive up-front backup disk and tape costs, but eliminates the need to maintain them off-site. This paper explores the factors that are driving the move to cloud storage and then introduces a solution from Riverbed and EMC that enables organizations to perform cloud backup and replication at LAN-like performance that is as reliable and secure as local disk or tape at a lower cost.

Publish date: 11/15/10
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The Need for Speed: EMC Atmos and Sumatra

We’re not picking on EMC; everyone with a cloud offering for active data struggles with the same issues.

  • Premiered: 05/29/12
  • Author: Taneja Group
Topic(s): EMC Atmos Sumatra Cloud object Storage
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EMC Atmos 2.1 Accelerates Cloud Value

Object storage is certainly a hot topic, and it's rising above it's old data retention "jail" perception. And for good reasons. We think due to cloud storage building and adoption, increasingly mobile users and distributed apps, the benefits of active archiving and retaining ever bigger data sets that having a solid object storage strategy becomes significantly important going into 2013. EMC is aiming to be a key part of that object strategy - today releasing Atmos 2.1 making wider adoption not only possible, but more profitable for both in-house cloud builders and service providers.

  • Premiered: 12/11/12
  • Author: Mike Matchett
Topic(s): EMC Atmos Cloud Storage object storage

The Object Evolution: EMC Object-based storage for active archiving and application development

Cloud-based object architecture offers big benefits for storing unstructured data for active archiving, global access to data, fast application development and much lower cost compared to the high computing and data protection costs of on-premise NAS. EMC has engineered Atmos to provide these capabilities and many more as a massively scalable, distributed cloud-based system. In this Technology in Brief we will examine the fast-changing world of archiving and development on the web, and how object-based storage is the best way to go for these monumental tasks.

Publish date: 12/20/12

Object Trumps File for Cloud Storage

I've actually grown a bit tired of the file vs. object storage debate. The fact is traditional NAS storage vendors have a tremendous advantage in the marketplace when it comes to competing against object storage systems. NAS doesn't have to be explained.

  • Premiered: 01/09/13
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: EMC ATMOS by George Hamilton
Topic(s): TBA EMC TBA Atmos TBA NAS TBA object TBA File TBA Storage TBA Cloud TBA George Hamilton

Are You Making Money With Your Object Storage?

Object storage has long been pigeon-holed as a necessary overhead expense for long-term archive storage—a data purgatory one step before tape or deletion. We have seen many IT shops view object storage as something exotic they have to implement to meet government regulations rather than as a competitive strategic asset that can help their businesses make money.

  • Premiered: 01/31/13
  • Author: Mike Matchett
  • Published: Infostor.com
Topic(s): TBA object TBA Storage TBA Mike Matchett TBA Archiving TBA Cloud TBA EMC TBA Dell TBA Content Addressable Storage TBA CAS TBA Atmos TBA Amazon TBA S3 TBA Dropbox