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June 26, 2012  7:52 AM

DataCore teaches SANsymphony-V to play in the cloud



Posted by: Sonia Lelii
datacore, storage cloud, storage management, storage virtualization

DataCore has upgraded its SANsymphony-V storage virtualization and management software to make it better suited to large...

May 22, 2012  10:24 AM

Hitachi Data Systems, EMC divided about federation



Posted by: Dave Raffo
emc world, federated tiered storage, hitachi data systems, Hitachi VSP, storage virtualization

EMC’s new Federated Tiered Storage (FTS) for VMAX arrays allows customers to run other EMC platforms or competing storage systems behind VMAX, much...


October 4, 2011  2:59 PM

DataCore adds support for cloud as storage tier



Posted by: Dave Raffo
auto tiering, cloud backup, datacore, storage cloud gateway, storage virtualization, twinstrata

When DataCore added automated tiering to its

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January 6, 2010  6:08 PM

Dot Hill acquires Cloverleaf



Posted by: Beth Pariseau
storage vendors, storage virtualization

Storage systems vendor Dot Hill acquired privately held storage virtualization software maker Cloverleaf Communications Inc. this week for $12 million in cash and stock as part of its plan to focus more on the management of its arrays. Cloverleaf's Intelligent Storage Network (iSN) products are...


January 5, 2010  7:15 PM

DataCore adds support for logical volumes up to 1 PB



Posted by: Beth Pariseau
storage virtualization

DataCore kicked off 2010 with updates to its SANSymphony and SANMelody storage virtualization software, adding support for logical volumes up to 1 PB and the Asymmetric Logical Unit Access (ALUA) standard. The expansion of logical volume support from 2 TB to up to 1 PB is made possible by...


March 11, 2009  8:01 PM

Sanrad to add QoS to storage virtualization products



Posted by: Beth Pariseau
storage virtualization, Strategic storage vendors

Sanrad, maker of the iSCSI storage virtualization gateway V-Switch and virtual server HA storage subsystem V-Stor, is adding a new quality of service feature to both its products. Sanrad VP of product management Allon Cohen, "Storage-intensive I/O can be a barrier to virtualization of some...


February 3, 2009  8:18 PM

NetApp V-Series supports Texas Memory SSDs; users yawn



Posted by: Beth Pariseau
Flash storage, solid state drives, storage vendors, storage virtualization

NetApp blogger and chief technical architect Val Bercovici, leaked the news yesterday that NetApp's V-Series storage gateways can now front Texas Memory Systems' RamSan-500 solid-state storage arrays.

This is the...


March 11, 2008  3:12 PM

VMware vs. Partners: chatter about conflict increases



Posted by: Beth Pariseau
storage virtualization

Our friends at Homeland Security are known to use the term "chatter" to refer to the level of terrorist communications they're intercepting at any given time. Any large consortium of humans will have its own chatter, with its own quirky patterns and trends, and the storage market is no...


January 30, 2008  10:32 AM

Slowdown could push VMware into storage market



Posted by: Beth Pariseau
storage virtualization, Strategic storage vendors

It seems crazy, and in many ways it is. The company that essentially created the hottest market in IT has said it will grow 50% over the next year, and the company that owns it has projected $15 billion in revenues for 2008. And yet as of this morning, Company #1, VMware, has seen its stock drop...


January 16, 2008  11:05 AM

Storage and VMware walk virtual tightropes



Posted by: Beth Pariseau
storage virtualization

It all started with a pretty run-of-the-mill partnership agreement. FalconStor announced its storage virtualization, snapshot and replication software will support Virtual Iron's virtual servers last week, and my SearchServerVirtualization.com colleague Alex Barrett and I agreed to take...


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