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Hardware requirements for Backup Exec 2010 R3

Answer  What is the minimum hardware requirement to run Backup Exec 2010 R3 in Windows Server 2003? 

Last updated: Oct 31, 2012   4:06 AM GMT   |    Backup Exec, Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Storage
Storage vs Data Warehouse

Answer  would it be correct to paint DW as having 4 layers: Storage, Access, Directory, Analytics? If so what layers would be software and which would be hardware? Thanks!

Last updated: Apr 7, 2010   1:17 PM GMT   |    Data warehouse, Storage
Backup strategy using Hardware Snapshot

Answer  Has anyone got rid of their backup software and is using Hardware snapshot to provide their backups? If so have you found any gotcha's in this approach? All experiences or thoughts on this backup strategy would be appreciated.

Last updated: Apr 1, 2005   12:37 AM GMT   |    Backup and Recovery, CIO, IT architecture
Moving DASD and Controller to a New Machine

Answer  Is it possible to move a DASD cage and its associated RAID-5 controller to a different machine? This is to be a move of the hardware, not just the data. TIA

Last updated: Nov 21, 2005   2:56 PM GMT   |    Hardware, Storage
Qumulo scales out hardware options through HPE partnership

Blog  Qumulo has scored an OEM deal with Hewlett Packard Enterprise to sell the startups data-aware scale-out NAS software on Apollo hardware. Qumulo Core on HPE Apollo will be available on 2u 4200 appliances starting at 180 TB raw per node. Qumulo Coreis also sold on 1u and 4u Qumulo QC-Series comm...

Last updated: Nov 15, 2016   12:17 AM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup   |      Storage
Asigra can commoditize backup hardware for cloud providers, but what about users?

Blog  Asigra unveiled interesting technology this week with its new software stack that can reduce costs for its cloud backup service provider partners. Calling it software-defined data protection, Asigra is offering a free download that runs on commodity hardware and replaces the need for expensive disk ...

Last updated: Jun 19, 2014   5:52 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup   |      Asigra, Storage
HP EVA3000 or IBM DS4300 ?

Answer  i hve to decide between EVA3000 or IBM DS4300 for storage to ORACLE DB (~100 gb) + files . i am afraid from HP and IBM storage roadmap for those hardware , because after IBM sold the PC to the Chinese . 1. if you have/had experience in one or both those hardware , i will appreciate if you can send ...

Last updated: Mar 12, 2005   1:46 AM GMT   |    HP, IBM, Storage
Legacy Storage Array Buyer

Answer  I have a new/unused EMC Clariion CX700 sitting in storage. I know this isn't the latest and greatest hardware but there has to be a need for it from someone. If anyone has a suggestion on where I can go to find a potential buyer, please reply. For exact specs go to: Che...

Last updated: Dec 30, 2011   9:37 AM GMT   |    EMC CLARiiON, legacy hardware, Storage
Hardware question regarding Hard Disk..

Answer  Why we can create only a maximum of 4 primary partitions in a Hard Disk?

Last updated: May 7, 2008   6:47 PM GMT   |    Hard drives, Partitioning, Storage
Marvin/Mystic = EVO: RAIL

Blog  SAN FRANCISCO -- VMware opened VMworld 2014 today by launching the product that had been known for months by its code names Projects Marvin and Mystic. While EVO: RAIL won't exactly rattle the Bay Area like the 6.0 earthquake that hit yesterday morning, it doesshed light on a product that VMware ...

Last updated: Aug 25, 2014   12:06 AM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup   |      Storage, VMware, vSAN
Most popular blog posts this week

Answer  10. Removing old hardware after a P2V conversion Eric Siebert shares a long-held best practice regarding old server management. 9. The challenge of managing risk when IT budgets tighten Linda Tucci explains the challenges of a down economy -- and offers some tips on coming out ahead. 8. Ellison co...

Last updated: Oct 16, 2009   2:53 PM GMT   |    AS/400, Channel, CIO
iXsystems: 'weird' but profitable NAS vendor

Blog  Heres something you rarely hear from high tech companies today: Were a hardware company in our heart and soul. That is how executive vice president Brett Davis introduced iXsystems during a press tour in early December at the NAS vendors San Jose, California headquarters. The compan...

Last updated: Dec 28, 2017   3:42 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup   |      Storage
Intercompatibility issues with Microsoft and VMware

Answer  Microsoft is saying that they won't support VMware software: "Microsoft does not test or support Microsoft software running together with non-Microsoft hardware or virtualization software". (Source : I would take it this means that I cannot install MS exc...

Last updated: Nov 20, 2008   9:34 PM GMT   |    Microsoft, Storage, Virtualization
Has anyone used StarWind iSCSI for production network? What about its reliability and performance?

Answer  StarWind claims to turn any standard server into a fault-tolerant, fail-safe Windows iSCSI target SAN. Compared to EMC and Netapp products, where does it stand in term of performance & reliability (e.g. assuming new & stable server)? Has anyone deployed it on production? What kind of hardware do you...

Last updated: Jun 22, 2010   5:13 PM GMT   |    iSCSI, SAN, Storage
Axcient new virtual appliance faster, Hyper-V support on the horizon

Blog  Axcient introduced the second generation of its back up and disaster recovery virtual appliance that now is available in smaller storage capacities with reduced backup times. The new appliance allows companies to replicate data, applications and virtual machines into the cloud for granular system ...

Last updated: Aug 11, 2014   7:25 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup   |      Storage
Terminology "True" SAN or "Emulated" SAN

Answer  Dear Memebers, my senior is talking about in a discussion type of SAN according to him there are two types one is True and one Emulated when i ask him to explain the difference so explained that in a Emulated SAN there is layer in between hardware like NETApp's WAFL he also explained that in HITAC...

Last updated: Jul 21, 2012   6:14 AM GMT   |    Storage, Storage Area Network

Answer  Hi , I am mahesh.j a fresher , i would like build my carrier on storage .where i am familer to storage hardware now i would like expertise on it.My question is that how to be expertise on it, so i would request u all help me on it by ur guidlines. what are platform of operating system,applicati...

Last updated: Mar 21, 2006   9:05 AM GMT   |    Arrays, Backup and Recovery, Commvault
Nutanix: Try our software for free

Blog  Perhaps looking to head off software-only hyper-convergence competitors down the road, Nutanix will make a free version of its software available beginning next month. Nutanix will launch a public beta of its new Community Edition software June 8 during its .Next user conference. Nutanix has always...

Last updated: May 12, 2015   4:02 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup   |      Nutanix, Storage
Nutanix software-defines itself

Blog  Nutanix is hard selling the value of its software. While the hyper-converged vendor stopped short of re-naming itself Nutanix Software, CEO Dheeraj Pandey used its earnings call last week to emphasize that Nutanix software drives its products. And its not just what the software does for customer...

Last updated: Dec 4, 2017   1:18 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup   |      Storage
How storage controllers differ

Blog  All storage systems have a controller, which is a device with a processor that sends instructions to the disks. Storage controllers differ from vendor to vendor, but generally fit into three types -- custom designed, purpose-built, and commodity server-based. Each type of implementation has advan...

Last updated: Dec 4, 2014   3:35 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup   |      Storage
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