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About 1 month ago
In basics, Object Storage is used for a massively scalable and flexible infrastructure, where a single very large storage name-space is required. Traditional storage may not work for you in that scenario; on the other hand, object storage is not fit for the transactional…
About 1 month ago
Traditional Storage systems have limitations to create a larger namespace;  NetApp StorageGRID is a good fit for that use.
About 1 month ago
The best benefit what I think is the step towards "Green-IT", as All-Flash has less weight, consumes low power, needs less conditioning/cooling and you can get more performance in a small foot-print (saves rack space). It's still on the expensive side (referring to…
2 months ago
For most of the customers looking for any public cloud service provider; as per my understandings, public cloud services should be acquired based on two basic going forward blocks/zero points/starting points to understand your needs. 1) The scale of business requirements…
3 months ago
Q1. What is the most important first step for a company to take when moving towards mainframe migration? Ans>  The central approving/regulatory authorities (like a State Bank). Q2. Where should evaluation of potential solutions begin in a large financial organization?…
3 months ago
This question requires more information to respond effectively. However, the response, for now, would be that you should use/buy/ storage solution from that vendor who has their SDS (Software-Defined Storage facility) with built-in an efficient data de-duplication feature…
3 months ago
Enterprise 450 is a too old system; either you can buy another one and migrate the data, or use the path to go to the new hardware would be that you need to migrate your App/DB to the O/S compatible with newer hardware.  The nearest SPARC-based system to E450 is the Ultra…
3 months ago
What I would like to say here that thin provisioning in All-flash arrays should not be used because these boxes come with far better features regarding space usage; One of the relevant is built-in compression. Almost all storage manufacturers provide guaranteed compression…
9 months ago
I would like to advise in general: 1). Make your choice/selection based on your requirements; not based on product. 2). Find product(s) that best fit those requirements. 3). There are lot of features which are selling points for All-Flash Storage manufacturers; you will…
10 months ago
Answered a question: Is all flash storage SSD?
Flash drives may be made of SSDs/Solid state drives but All SSDs may not be Flash. SSDs: Solid State Drives No seek time=Higher permanence than SAS/SATA Not Fragile as SAS or SATA Also offered in servers and some of storage systems as: Read Optimized Write Optimized…
10 months ago
Option 1). Thick provisioning is "provisioning storage space(100GB) now" Option 2). Thin provisioning is" provisioning storage space(100GB) on demand" For 1). Disk space of 100GB will be immediately reduced from storage/back-end disk If your data now is 1 GB and you can…
10 months ago
Answered a question: What is VDI?
If a customer needs to eliminate physical desktops and their maintenance with a requirement of not less than 40-50 desktops then Virtual desktops would be a good option collectively. VDI is also being used where clients need to access their "application any where" or…
10 months ago
The selection of All-Flash Storage Solutions depends on requirements and the goal any customer is looking to achieve at the end. All-Flash is not a fit for all requirements...... "If a customer needs a storage solution with high to extreme performance, Rack-space…
12 months ago