Storage Soup:

June, 2012

June 12, 2012  10:07 AM

Violin, Microsoft play NAS flash duet

Posted by: Dave Raffo
flash arrays, violin memory, Windows Server 2012

Violin Memory is providing a window into its roadmap this week at Microsoft TechEd. Violin and Microsoft are demonstrating what the vendors call a NAS...

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June 11, 2012  8:26 AM

Real-time compression brings real benefits

Posted by: Randy Kerns
primary data reduction, real-time compression

Compression of data on primary storage has taken center stage in the storage wars now with IBM’s release of Real-Time Compression on the Storewize V7000 and the...

June 6, 2012  4:23 PM

EMC charges HP with duplicitous dedupe claims

Posted by: Dave Raffo
data deduplication, EMC Data Domain DD Boost, HP StoreOnce Catalyst

EMC’s backup and recovery team says Hewlett-Packard is playing games with its numbers in claiming its B6200 backup system with StoreOnce Cataylst software is significantly...

June 5, 2012  10:20 AM

IBM incorporates compression into storage arrays

Posted by: Dave Raffo
inline compression, primary data reduction

For all of its talk about smart storage this week at IBM Edge, Big Blue’s storage announcements amounted to mostly cosmetic changes. The lone exception was the addition of real-time inline compression for primary storage arrays. IBM ported the Random Access Compression Engine (RACE) technology...

June 1, 2012  7:45 AM

EMC buys Watch4net with eye on cloud services

Posted by: Dave Raffo
emc, watch4net

After seven years of partnering with Montreal-based Watch4net, EMC this week bought the software company to bolster its IT infrastructure management capabilities. Watch4net describes its APG software as “a carrier-class performance...

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