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Breaking Down vSphere 6

Analyst Tom Fenton says the flagship VMware product has a host of upgrades that should please admins.

  • Premiered: 02/02/15
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: Virtualization Review
Topic(s): TBA VMWare TBA vSphere TBA vSphere 6 TBA VDI TBA VVOL TBA SDS TBA software defined TBA software-defined TBA VM TBA Virtual Machine TBA VMDK TBA LUN TBA Hypervisor TBA VMotion TBA vCenter TBA ESXi TBA vCPU TBA cloning TBA instant clone
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Prepare for VMware VVOLs and how they will change storage products

The benefits of VMware VVOLs are vast and unquestioned. But most IT shops are struggling to deal with how they are changing today's storage products.

  • Premiered: 04/03/15
  • Author: Arun Taneja
  • Published: TechTarget: Search Virtual Storage
Topic(s): TBA VMWare TBA VVOL TBA VVOLs TBA VMware VVOLs TBA Storage TBA Virtualization TBA Virtual Machine TBA VM TBA LUN TBA Performance TBA Capacity TBA Acopia TBA Caching TBA Thin Provisioning TBA Snapshots TBA cloning TBA replication TBA Deduplication TBA Encryption TBA Hypervisor TBA Volumes TBA SAN TBA NAS TBA storage container TBA vSphere TBA DAS TBA software-defined TBA software-defined storage TBA SDS TBA Virtual SAN
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What storage problems can vSphere Virtual Volumes solve?

VSphere VVOLs allow virtual administrators to self-provision a pool of storage as they see fit.

  • Premiered: 04/28/15
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: TechTarget: Search Virtual Storage
Topic(s): TBA Tom Fenton TBA vSphere TBA VMWare TBA VMware vSphere TBA VVOL TBA VVOLs TBA VMware VVOLs TBA Virtual Volumes TBA VMware Virtual Volumes TBA Storage TBA virtual administrator TBA Virtualization TBA Data Center TBA NFS TBA Fibre Channel TBA FC TBA iSCSI TBA Ethernet TBA LUN TBA SPBM TBA Storage Policy Based Management TBA Snapshots TBA cloning TBA replication TBA QoS TBA VM-centric
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Expert video: Storage thin provisioning to optimize capacity

In his Storage Decisions conference presentation titled "Attack of the Killer Capacity," Mike Matchett discussed different methods of capacity optimization and their benefits, including storage thin provisioning.

  • Premiered: 06/29/15
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: TechTarget: Search Storage
Topic(s): TBA Mike Matchett TBA Storage Decisions TBA Storage TBA Thin Provisioning TBA capacity optimization TBA oversubscription TBA clone TBA replicating TBA cloning TBA Snapshot TBA Snapshots TBA Performance
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Hyperconvergence comes to Secondary Storage

Please join Cohesity Tech Evangelist, Nick Howell, and Taneja Group Founder and Consulting Analyst, Arun Taneja, as they share the latest details on the new release of the industry's first hyperconverged secondary storage platform for consolidating silos of backup, test/dev, file services and analytics into a single, easy to manage storage solution. Taneja will be outlining some of the key challenges in the secondary storage space and why it's ripe for disruption.

With the Cohesity Data Platform, enterprises can combat costly and inefficient data sprawl. In this webinar, get details on the following new features:

  • Site-to-Site Replication
  • SMB Protocol
  • Stronger Security
  • Automated VM Cloning for Test/Dev
  • Cloud Enabled

Speakers:

Arun Taneja, Founder, Taneja Group

  • Arun Taneja is the founder, president and consulting analyst of the Taneja Group, an analyst and consulting group focused on storage and storage-centric server technologies.

Nick Howell, Tech Evangelist, Cohesity

  • Nick Howell is a 7-time vExpert, tech blogger, podcaster, and avid speaker. At Cohesity and in the greater community, he spends his time evangelizing technology around storage, virtualization, data protection, and analytics.

  • Premiered: 02/10/16
  • Location: OnDemand
  • Speaker(s): Arun Taneja, Taneja Group;Nick Howell, Cohesity
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Disaggregation marks an evolution in hyper-convergence

Hyper-convergence vendors are pushing forward with products that will offer disaggregation, the latest entry into the data center paradigm.

  • Premiered: 08/03/16
  • Author: Arun Taneja
  • Published: TechTarget: Search Storage
Topic(s): TBA disaggregated storage TBA Storage TBA disaggregation TBA hyperconverged TBA hyperconvergence TBA hyper-converged TBA hyper-convergence TBA Datacenter TBA Data Center TBA converged TBA convergence TBA Moore's Law TBA Hypervisor TBA software-defined TBA DataCore TBA EMC TBA ScaleIO TBA HPE TBA StoreVirtual TBA StoreVirtual VSA TBA VSA TBA VMWare TBA VMware VSAN TBA Virtual SAN TBA SAN TBA Virtualization TBA cluster TBA Nutanix TBA SimpliVity TBA VxRack
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HPE StoreVirtual 3200: A Look at the Only Entry Array with Scale-out and Scale-up

Innovation in traditional external storage has recently taken a back seat to the current market darlings of All Flash Arrays and Software-defined Scale-out Storage. Can there be a better way to redesign the mainstream dual-controller array that has been a popular choice for entry-level shared storage for the last 20 years?  Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE) claims the answer is a resounding Yes.

HPE StoreVirtual 3200 (SV3200) is a new entry storage device that leverages HPE’s StoreVirtual Software-defined Storage (SDS) technology combined with an innovative use of low-cost ARM-based controller technology found in high-end smartphones and tablets. This approach allows HPE to leverage StoreVirtual technology to create an entry array that is more cost effective than using the same software on a set of commodity X86 servers. Optimizing the cost/performance ratio using ARM technology instead of excessive power hungry processing and memory using X86 computers unleashes an attractive SDS product unmatched in affordability. For the first time, an entry storage device can both Scale-up and Scale-out efficiently and also have the additional flexibility to be compatible with a full complement of hyper-converged and composable infrastructure (based on the same StoreVirtual technology). This unique capability gives businesses the ultimate flexibility and investment protection as they transition to a modern infrastructure based on software-defined technologies. The SV3200 is ideal for SMB on-premises storage and enterprise remote office deployments. In the future, it will also enable low-cost capacity expansion for HPE’s Hyper Converged and Composable infrastructure offerings.

Taneja Group evaluated the HPE SV3200 to validate the fit as an entry storage device. Ease-of-use, advanced data services, and supportability were just some of the key attributes we validated with hands-on testing. What we found was that the SV3200 is an extremely easy-to-use device that can be managed by IT generalists. This simplicity is good news for both new customers that cannot afford dedicated administrators and also for those HPE customers that are already accustomed to managing multiple HPE products that adhere to the same HPE OneView infrastructure management paradigm. We also validated that the advanced data services of this entry array match that of the field proven enterprise StoreVirtual products already in the market. The SV3200 can support advanced features such as linear scale-out and multi-site stretch cluster capability that enables advanced business continuity techniques rarely found in storage products of this class. What we found is that HPE has raised the bar for entry arrays, and we strongly recommend businesses that are looking at either SDS technology or entry storage strongly consider HPE’s SV3200 as a product that has the flexibility to provide the best of both. A starting price at under $10,000 makes it very affordable to start using this easy, powerful, and flexible array. Give it a closer look.

Publish date: 04/11/17
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Catalogic ECX supports more databases for DevOps

Catalogic adds support for SAP HANA and healthcare database programs to ECX. The company is focusing its ECX copy data management software for DevOps use cases.

  • Premiered: 04/19/17
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: TechTarget: Search Storage
Topic(s): TBA Catalogic TBA SAP HANA TBA SAP TBA ECX TBA copy data management TBA copy data TBA CDM TBA DevOps TBA Steve Ricketts TBA Microsoft SQL TBA SQL TBA Microsoft TBA Storage TBA VMWare TBA Virtual Machine TBA VM TBA Linux TBA IBM TBA Snapshot TBA replication TBA cloning TBA clone TBA Data protection TBA Microsoft NetApp TBA NetApp TBA EMC TBA Dell EMC TBA Pure Storage TBA Oracle TBA REST API