Oracle FS1 Series Flash Storage System could threaten major SAN vendors and solid-state startups that target Oracle DB, application environments.
All-flash vendor SolidFire releases new arrays that scale to 100 nodes and petabytes of storage, claims less than $3 per usable GB price.
Samsung takes aim at high-end data center storage with new SM1715 3-D V-NAND drive designed for greater density, speed and endurance.
HP rolled out three hyper-converged appliances aimed at the SMB market, including a box that conforms to VMware EVO: RAIL specs.
Cloud-hosting firm VM Racks picked NexentaStor software-defined storage because it could scale to hundreds of petabytes and provide high availability.
Early hyper-convergence player Scale Computing doubles the storage, compute and memory in its HC3 node, upgrades software for nondisruptive upgrades.
Brian Beach compares AWS security groups to traditional firewalls and offers best practices for developing a security group policy.
Google and Amazon are fully engaged in a price war, but calculating IaaS costs takes into account several factors, from reserved instance usage to free-tier discounts.
Big data in the cloud is more than just MapReduce. In a growing market for big data, capturing the next big innovation is key.
HP Helion adds DRaaS support for Oracle RAC and Red Hat clusters, facilitating database replication.
Eric Slack discusses DR testing today and the technologies that are improving users' ability to conduct regular, effective DR tests.
Paul Kirvan discusses the importance of creating an after-action report following a disaster recovery exercise and offers tips on creating the report.
George Crump of Storage Switzerland discusses mobile device data protection, comparing products that perform file synchronization to products that perform an actual backup.
Can you describe the different issues involved with laptops, phones and tablets specifically, and mobile device backup in general?
What are the biggest challenges when it comes to mobile device data protection? Supporting different technologies among multiple users? Remote users?
Which archive type is best for small offices: tape, disk or the cloud? There are many factors you must consider before answering this question.
SMB NAS vendors are integrating BitTorrent Sync as an optional add-on for authenticating file sharing between devices.
IDC announces that the worldwide personal and entry-level storage market grows 1.5% in the second quarter of 2014.
Brocade adds Fibre Channel SAN extension switch and denser 16 Gbps card for its backbone director switch with an eye on moving data across distances.
IBM bundles Elastic Storage -- based on GPFS and Watson -- on its Power8 server and supports System z mainframes.
Red Hat's new Storage Server 3 software update adds support for snapshots and hot-button capabilities such as petabyte-scale capacity, SSDs and Hadoop.
News of a Nirvanix partnership filled in some details about Dell's cloud storage strategy, but the company still treats its cloud plans as a secret.
In our latest Storage Radio podcast, SearchStorage.com editors discuss the Riverbed Whitewater cloud data backup appliance for enterprise backups.
Deduplication is an important strategy for disaster recovery. Learn more about data dedupe solutions in this expert tip by Paul Kirvan.