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Brocade boosted the Vyatta vRouter's NFV readiness with OpenDaylight integration and validation from service provider Telefonica, so that Vyatta can achieve 80Gbps performance on a standard server.
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Video: Leading cloud security expert Rich Mogull introduces IAAS, PAAS, and SAAS, and the security risks you can expect with each.
Dell expands its EqualLogic hybrid solid-state array lineup with new PS6500 Series systems that use flash to accelerate IOPS for VDI storage.
When features like caching and tiering are used effectively, hybrid storage can use a small amount of flash for a performance boost in virtual environments.
CommVault lets Simpana customers move data off to cloud services from Amazon, Iron Mountain, Microsoft, Nirvanix, and EMC Atmos; uses REST protocol over HTTP to move data without scripts or gateway appliances.
CommVault makes major upgrades to its flagship Simpana data protection application, adding source-based dedupe, array-based snapshots, improved protection for virtual machines and capacity-based licensing.
CommVault enhances Simpana 9 with remote laptop data backup and a better way of backing up ‘big data’ repositories.
Applying the right development and test techniques early in the software lifecycle helps teams stave off cloud performance failures later.
Some Amazon Web Services customers blame 'noisy neighbors' for fluctuating cloud performance, but AWS officials say that's not what's happening.