Data is growing at an accelerating rate.This rapid growth in business data frequently results in fragmented data protection environments, as businesses have the need to backup physical and virtual, on-premises and off-premises data, all with different service level agreements (SLAs). Backup and secondary storage infrastructure often comes from multiple vendors which significantly increases the acquisition and day-to-day management costs, and adds operational inefficiencies and complexity. Download this whitepaper to see how businesses can be affected by storage infrastructure requirements.
Many IT enterprise administrators are transforming their IT environments into cloud services delivery centers that can simultaneously support existing applications while delivering new mobile, social, and analytics applications. Download this paper to see how a scale-out storage platform can converge all necessary hardware and software components for advanced, enterprise-grade data protection and storage solution.
Data growth is something we all have to contend with. We have to store more and more data for longer and longer time to satisfy business or regulatory requirements. Not all deduplication technologies are created equal. Download this whitepaper and see why choosing the right one can save storage space by up to a factor of 10.
Data protection has always been a challenge for organizations. Most data loss is caused by user error such as accidental deletion or by malicious attack. Increased growth in an organization’s data makes it harder to meet backup SLAs, which increases pressure to move user data to a fast and cost-effective backup solution.
7 Top Reasons to Migrate. Dell EMC Unity is modernising the datacenter, delivering advances that simplify the task of keeping up with growing storage demands. Compared with previous generations of mid-range storage, these systems provide greater scale, density and simplicity that can drive better economics and performance across your entire application portfolio.
Data is the new currency for organisations looking to understand more about customer behaviour to help drive their innovative business transformations. The more information they can collect and analyse – increasingly using cognitive applications – the more targeted their products and services will be.
To manage this tsunami of internal and external data and gain the insights they need, many enterprises are looking to optimise their storage infrastructure and are often adopting hybrid cloud storage models.
Improving database performance is top of mind for many IT professionals. Their production databases in many ways are the lifeblood of the organization, supporting the transactions, applications, operations, business intelligence, and analytics that make the business work.
This book examines the market trends that are driving the ever demanding business requirement for better database performance, technical factors that affect database performance tuning, different SQL Server and Oracle Database design considerations, how database storage technologies and innovations can help drive business value, and key performance optimization capabilities to look for in a storage solution.
The choice between buying a hybrid flash and all-flash array (AFA) usually comes down to whether the all-flash system gives enough of a performance bump to justify the extra cost. This e-guide from searchSolidStateStorage.com examines this claim and provides readers with insight into which option may be the best route for their business.