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ISCSI Storage: Breaking Through the Barriers - Technology Brief

IP networks running the iSCSI protocol to connect servers with storage arrays present a compelling value proposition to enterprise technical architects. Consolidating competing network infrastructures into one and using a common skill set to manage both internal Ethernet and storage networks give enterprises motivation to continue to monitor the progress of iSCSI.

 

Publish date: 04/01/05
Profiles/Reports

ISCSI Storage: Breaking Through the Barriers - Technology Brief

IP networks running the iSCSI protocol to connect servers with storage arrays present a compelling value proposition to enterprise technical architects. Consolidating competing network infrastructures into one and using a common skill set to manage both internal Ethernet and storage networks give enterprises motivation to continue to monitor the progress of iSCSI.

 

Publish date: 07/01/05
Profiles/Reports

Intransa Opens its Platform - Product Profile

The battle for the SAN is on. FC SANs made serious inroads into the datacenter over the past five years but failed to gain much traction in the SMB space, primarily due to cost and management issues. Over the past two years, iSCSI, which was presented to the market as the simple and cost effective alternative to FC SAN, has been making accelerating headway into SMBs for applications below the mission critical tier.

 

Publish date: 11/01/05
Profiles/Reports

Pivot 3

The value and benefits of IP SANs are clear and unchallenged. IP SANs leverage already ubiquitous Ethernet technology as the transport for delivering storage networking to a wider class of companies and applications than previously economically possible. As a result, companies without dedicated storage administrators or expensive Fibre Channel infrastructure have a viable alternative to direct attached storage.

Publish date: 09/21/06
Profiles/Reports

LeftHand Networks

The Small Medium Enterprise (SME) market is on the cusp of a significant storage infrastructure upgrade cycle. The current local and direct attach disk paradigm cannot persist indefinitely. Many of these SME firms are grappling with the same infrastructure challenges, such as data protection, disaster recovery planning, regulatory compliance, and consolidation that have buffeted the Global 2000 enterprises over the past five years. Yet, they are finding that the solutions used by those enterprises are too complex and costly for them to deploy.

Publish date: 10/01/06
Profiles/Reports

Five Criteria for Video Surveillance Storage - Solution Profile

In this solution profile, we first review how digital video is driving the need for more capable storage, the different types of storage architectures available today, and the five key requirements to consider when evaluating a storage solution for video storage. Lastly, we spotlight Pivot3 as a vendor focused on delivering a high performance, cost-effective, easy-to-use storage system for the demands of digital video and how their solution compares with the core video storage requirements that we set forth.

Publish date: 06/01/07
Profiles/Reports

Dell Acquires EqualLogic

On November 5, 2007 Dell announced that it had entered into agreement to acquire iSCSI network storage vendor EqualLogic for $1.4B in cash. We believe that this investment by Dell is a clear indicator of the anticipated growth in the iSCSI market.  This investment, while sizable, is well aligned with Dell’s strength in the small to medium business (SMB) market.  Dell’s challenge will be to manage channel conflict with the EqualLogic VARs as well as resolve product positioning with its current OEM of EMC Clarrion storage.   If Dell leverages this investment correctly this may turn out to be one of the most profitable storage acquisitions since EMC acquired DG (Clariion) back in 1999.

Publish date: 11/12/07
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5 Tips For Working With HP's StoreVirtual VSA

Having had the chance to spend some serious time with the latest StoreVirtual VSA (11.5) in Taneja Group's validation lab, I thought I'd share five tips that made my life a little easier, and may make your experience with it more productive.

  • Premiered: 09/10/14
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: Virtualization Review
Topic(s): TBA HP TBA StoreVirtual TBA StoreVirtual VSA TBA VSA TBA LeftHand Networks TBA DAS TBA Storage TBA RAID TBA ESX Server TBA ESX TBA Data Center TBA Hyper-V TBA KVM TBA vSphere TBA iSCSI TBA LUN TBA SSD TBA Flash TBA Adaptive Optimization TBA AO TBA VM TBA Virtual Machine TBA SRM
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HP gives a free license for 1TB StoreVirtual VSA license to all Intel Xeon E5 V3 users

In one of the gutsiest moves HP gives a free license for 1TB StoreVirtual VSA license to all Intel Xeon E5 V3 users. Is this a new HP or what?