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The Kaminario K2: Transforming the Costs and Capabilities of Storage Performance

In this product profile, we’ll take a look at what we think is required to deliver a true enterprise-class storage foundation for improving application performance, and one vendor's distinctly different approach to delivering a high performance storage solution. That solution - the Kaminario K2 – delivers a compelling approach for those enterprises in need of faster storage for greater application performance.

Publish date: 02/28/11
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MRAM technology likely choice as post-flash solid-state storage

NAND flash-based storage could be replaced by newer forms of non-volatile memory like MRAM technology. Find out why MRAM's density, cost and form factor could make flash obsolete.

  • Premiered: 05/09/13
  • Author: Mike Matchett
  • Published: Tech Target: Search Solid State Storage
Topic(s): TBA MRAM TBA solid state TBA flash storage TBA SSD TBA NVRAM TBA SRAM TBA NAND TBA RAM TBA DRAM TBA ST-MRAM TBA FRAM TBA PRAM TBA Big Data TBA Virtualization TBA scale-out
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5 Tech Experts Share Their Caching Secrets

It matters where you put your cache. Caching - as in the use of DRAM or flash to accelerate IO - should live closest to the application making use of it.

  • Premiered: 09/24/13
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: Techopedia
Topic(s): TBA Caching TBA RAM TBA DRAM TBA server
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Turn to in-memory processing when performance matters

In-memory processing can improve data mining and analysis, and other dynamic data processing uses. When considering in-memory, however, look out for data protection, cost and bottlenecks.

  • Premiered: 05/21/14
  • Author: Mike Matchett
  • Published: Tech Target: Search Data Center
Topic(s): TBA Memory TBA Storage TBA Performance TBA Database TBA RAM TBA CPU TBA Amazon Web Services TBA AWS TBA HP TBA Dell TBA Oracle TBA Hadoop TBA Microsoft TBA SQL Server TBA DRAM TBA MongoDB TBA Tokutek
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EMC upgrades Isilon NAS for file storage, Hadoop analytics

EMC today launched two new Isilon scale-out network-attached storage arrays and added the ability to use flash as a read cache for all Isilon systems.

  • Premiered: 07/08/14
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: Tech Target: Search Storage
Topic(s): TBA EMC TBA Isilon TBA NAS TBA Storage TBA File Storage TBA Hadoop TBA analytics TBA VCE TBA Pivotal TBA NVRAM TBA SmartFlash TBA OneFS TBA OpenStack TBA HDFS TBA Flash TBA SSD TBA Caching TBA flash cache TBA DRAM TBA Cloud TBA BYOD TBA Block Storage
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Flash runs past read cache

Just because you can add a cache doesn't mean you should. It is possible to have the wrong kind, so weigh your options before implementing memory-based cache for a storage boost.

  • Premiered: 10/16/14
  • Author: Mike Matchett
  • Published: Tech Target: Search Data Center
Topic(s): TBA Flash TBA SSD TBA Mike Matchett TBA VDI TBA Virtualization TBA Virtual Desktop Infrastructure TBA Deduplication TBA Caching TBA NVRAM TBA DRAM TBA Atlantis Computing TBA Pernix TBA PernixData TBA Astute Networks TBA All Flash TBA Performance TBA HP TBA StoreOnce TBA Oracle
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Diablo Technologies launches new DDR4 Memory1 module

Diablo Technologies introduces the all-flash Memory1 DDR4 module, and claims lower-cost, higher-capacity flash can replace expensive DRAM.

  • Premiered: 08/05/15
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: TechTarget: Search Solid State Storage
Topic(s): TBA Diablo TBA Diablo Technologies TBA DRAM TBA flash memory TBA SSD TBA Flash TBA Capacity TBA RAM TBA DIMM TBA Big Data TBA analytics TBA Virtualization TBA Storage TBA In-Memory TBA Block Storage TBA SanDisk TBA Flash Memory Summit
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Kaminario K2 array uses 3D TLC NAND flash

Kaminario unveils 5.5 version of its K2 all-flash array with 3D TLC NAND flash, claims of sub-$1 per GB pricing and support for asynchronous replication.

  • Premiered: 08/20/15
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: TechTarget: Search Solid State Storage
Topic(s): TBA Kaminario TBA K2 TBA NAND TBA Flash TBA SSD TBA replication TBA all-flash TBA AFA TBA All Flash TBA all flash array TBA Compression TBA Deduplication TBA Inline TBA inline deduplication TBA Data reduction TBA Samsung TBA Database TBA Data Center TBA DRAM TBA SVC TBA Dell TBA Pure Storage TBA controller TBA SATA TBA DR TBA Disaster Recovery TBA Availability TBA Jeff Kato
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Enterprise Storage that Simply Runs and Runs: Infinidat Infinibox Delivers Incredible New Standard

Storage should be the most reliable thing in the data center, not the least. What data centers today need is enterprise storage that affordably delivers at least 7-9's of reliability, at scale. That's a goal of less than three seconds of anticipated unavailability per year - less than the reliability of most data centers.

Data availability is the key attribute enterprises need most to maximize their enterprise storage value, especially as data volumes grow into scales. Yet traditional enterprise storage solutions aren’t keeping pace with the growing need for greater than the oft-touted 5-9’s of storage reliability, instead deferring to layered on methods like additional replication copies, that can drive up latency and cost, or settling for cold tiering which zaps performance and reduces accessibility.

Within the array, as stored data volumes ramp up and disk capacities increase, RAID and related volume/LUN schemes begin to fall down due to longer and longer disk rebuild times that create large windows of vulnerability to unrecoverable data loss. Other vulnerabilities can arise from poor (or at best, default) array designs, software issues, and well-intentioned but often fatal human management and administration. Any new storage solution has to address all of these potential vulnerabilities.

In this report we will look at what we mean by 7-9’s exactly, and what’s really needed to provide 7-9’s of availability for storage. We’ll then examine how Infinidat in particular is delivering on that demanding requirement for those enterprises that require cost-effective enterprise storage at scale.

Publish date: 09/29/15
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Big Data Storage Solutions: Options Abound

Hadoop, Spark and other big data analysis tools all have one thing in common: they need some form of big data storage to hold the vast quantities of data that they crunch through. The good news is that big data storage options are proliferating.

  • Premiered: 08/09/16
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: InfoStor
Topic(s): TBA Hadoop TBA Spark TBA Big Data TBA big data storage TBA DAS TBA Compute TBA cluster TBA flexibility TBA Mike Matchett TBA Hadoop Distributed File System TBA HDFS TBA NFS TBA MapReduce TBA API TBA SAN TBA NAS TBA TCO TBA DDN TBA EMC TBA EMC Isilon TBA Isilon TBA SDS TBA software-defined TBA software-defined storage TBA ViPR TBA DriveScale TBA hScaler TBA Cisco TBA HPE TBA IBM
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Oracle cloud storage embraces ZFS Storage Appliance

New Oracle operating system update enables ZFS Storage Appliance to transfer file- and block-based data to Oracle Storage Cloud without an external cloud gateway.

  • Premiered: 03/29/17
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: TechTarget: Search Cloud Storage
Topic(s): TBA Oracle TBA Oracle ZFS TBA Cloud TBA Cloud Storage TBA cloud converged storage TBA converged storage TBA Storage TBA Public Cloud TBA Converged Infrastructure TBA API TBA OpenStack TBA OpenStack Swift TBA Amazon TBA Google TBA Amazon S3 TBA Microsoft Azure TBA AWS TBA IBM TBA Hybrid Cloud TBA DRAM TBA all-flash TBA All Flash TBA SSD TBA Mike Matchett TBA Dell EMC TBA Enterprise Storage TBA scalable TBA scalability TBA Deduplication TBA Compression