Everything You Need to Know to Get Approval on Your IT Storage Project
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You’ve been in this spot plenty of times before. You know full well the benefits of new storage technology because you see how your existing storage equipment simply isn’t getting the job done. If anything, it’s become more of a burden from a cost, efficiency, and productivity standpoint. Your outdated, obsolete storage solution is not only debilitating day-to-day productivity, it’s standing in the way of organizational growth.Read More >
In a recent article for CIO, “Say Goodbye to Traditional IT,” Rich Murr wrote “IT professionals don’t need to focus on making sure generators have fuel. Or struggle to eke out just a little more power in the data center for a new server. Or arrive at a morning meeting exhausted from an all-night troubleshooting effort.Read More >
In a previous blog, “Blueprint for high performance virtual storage with HP StoreVirtual VSA and flash drives,” Calvin Zito wrote about how using flash drives with hyper-converged infrastructure can help companies scale to meet changing workloads without wasting money and resources on overprovisioning to handle peak workloads.Read More >
In a previous blog, Kate Davis, WW Marketing Manager, HP Software-Defined Storage, wrote about 5 key factors companies should consider when contemplating a move to a hyper-converged infrastructure. One of the factors she mentioned was protection. According to Enterprise Strategy Group’s 2015 IT Spending Intentions Survey, 46% of respondents chose security and IT risk management as a spending priority. With security held at such a high priority, organizations need to explore how hyper-converged infrastructure can enhance data protection and improve business continuity.Read More >
Mobility is changing everything—the network and the future of computing. The way we used to think about devices is they were essentially sitting next to an Ethernet port plugged in and not moving. IT directors knew what those devices were including who owned them and what kind of data and applications were installed.Read More >
OpenStack® has grown from its humble beginnings to become a formidable force in the cloud world. Started by Rackspace and NASA in 2010, OpenStack now has thousands of developers who contribute to its code each year (in fact, dozens of vendors line up to get their sponsorships in with it).
Those vendors contributing thousands of lines of code to the open source project and helping deliver an updated version of the cloud computing platform and better manageability include Hewlett Packard, Ubuntu, VMware, Yahoo, NetApp, Juniper Networks, Cisco, and Dell.Read More >