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  • Veritas Launches AWS Cloud Storage Service Integration, Developer APIs

    Veritas Launches AWS Cloud Storage Service Integration, Developer APIs Veritas Technologies NetBackup 8.1.1 supports Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud storage. Plus, NetBackup RestAPI could attract storage developers, partners and solution providers.   by Ty Trumbull • Apr 13, 2018 Veritas Technologies recently unveiled NetBackup 8.1.1 with Amazon Web Services (AWS) support. The launch also included NetBackup RestAPI – a family of APIs for developers, partners and solution providers.  The API push is particularly important to Veritas, which is striving to strengthen its data management…

  • Choosing cloud vendors: Does going all in mean getting locked in?

    TechRepublic editor Bill Detwiler and ZDNet editor Larry Dignan talked with Dan Patterson about cloud vendor lock-in, and what can go wrong when companies get too cozy with a vendor. Watch the video above, or read the full transcript: Patterson: Don’t look now, but most enterprise companies are going all-in with cloud-service providers. Will enterprises repeat the same lock-in mistakes of the past? Larry, are there lessons to be learned from the past that you see cloud providers and enterprise…

  • Jeff Rothschild named to Board’s Director, Pure Storage

    Pure Storage, Inc. announced the appointment of Jeffrey J. Rothschild to its board of directors. He is filling the position held by Aneel Bhusri, who is stepping down following more than seven years of board service. “Drawing from his years of experience building and shaping successful companies, Jeff’s insights will be valuable during this exciting time at Pure,” said CEO Charles Giancarlo. “Jeff is an accomplished business and technology leader, with insights into hyperscale cloud infrastructure, and we are thrilled…

  • Dating Among Professionals: By The Numbers – Data Science

    Dating Among Professionals: By The Numbers Our data science team examines the age and personality preferences of more than 10,000 professionals who have created a dating profile in Q1 2018. Overview   Our data science team examines the age and personality preferences of more than 10,000 professionals who have created a dating profile since the launch of the new matchmaking service in January 2018. The Opportunity dating profile provides us with unique insight into a variety of preferences among people…

  • 10 hot storage companies to watch

    Innovations such as software-defined storage (SDS), hyper-converged infrastructures (HCI), and blockchain have investors flocking to enterprise storage startups, and this market shows no signs of slowing down. Collectively, the 10 startups featured in this roundup have raised more than $736 million in VC funding. This total is even more impressive when you factor in two startups not included in that calculation. One of them is entirely self-funded, while the other has a unique business model and an equally unique source…

  • Semiconductor Industry Topped $429 Billion in 2017, Highest Growth Rate in 14 Years – IHS Markit

    The semiconductor industry closed out 2017 in blockbuster fashion, posting the highest year-over-year growth in 14 years. Global semiconductor revenue grew 21.7%, reaching $429.1 billion in 2017, according to IHS Markit Ltd, in critical information, analytics and solutions. WW Ranking of the Top 10 Suppliers of Semiconductors in 2017 (ranking by revenue in $ million) Click to enlarge Recording year-over-year growth of 53.6%, and its highest semiconductor revenue ever, Samsung replaced Intel as the new market leader of the semiconductor…

  • NVMEngines Appoints Jack Guedj as President and CEO; Doug Smith is Appointed as EVP of Engineering

    Release Title startclickprintinclude   Content Body START SUNNYVALE, Calif., March 28, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — NVMEngines is expanding its executive leadership by appointing Jack Guedj as its President and CEO. Jack brings a wealth of executive management as President and CEO of multiple fast growing semiconductor and software start-up companies. Jack succeeds Nilesh Gharia who was the original founder and CEO. Nilesh will continue to fill the role of CTO and serve on the company board of directors. logic starts end here…

  • IBM To Resell VTLs With Better Fit Than ProtecTIER

    IBM To Resell VTLs With Better Fit Than ProtecTIER March 28, 2018 Dan Burger IBM has added two virtual tape libraries designed for IBM i environments to its reseller list. The VTLs, produced by Dynamic Solutions International, are designed for companies utilizing deduplication for data storage in circumstances where data is rapidly expanding and data storage investments are being preserved. The VTLs are expected to fill a niche that IBM’s ProtecTIER appliances have been unable to serve. As data storage…

  • Storage Software Industry is touching new level with key companies IBM, NetApp, Huawei Technologies, Hewlett-Packard – The Financial

    .entry-header 728×90, utworzono 09-12-08 The qualitative research study conducted by HTF MI titled “Global Storage Software Market Research Report 2018” provides primary Data, surveys, Scope of the Product and vendor briefings. The market dynamic forces have been determined after conducting a detailed study of the Global Storage Software market. The study provides forecasts for Storage Software investments till 2023. If you are involved in the Storage Software industry or intend to be, then this study will provide you comprehensive outlook….

  • What is composable infrastructure?

    Composable infrastructure treats compute, storage, and network devices as pools of resources that can be provisioned as needed, depending on what different workloads require for optimum performance. It’s an emerging category of infrastructure that’s aimed at optimizing IT resources and improving business agility.The approach is like a public cloud in that resource capacity is requested and provisioned from shared capacity – except composable infrastructure sits on-premises in an enterprise data center. IT resources are treated as services, and the composable…

  • Can Supercomputers Break Down Data Silos?

    The Iridis Supercomputer. Credit: University of Southampton The race to build ever-more powerful supercomputers often seems somewhat superficial, a simple game of one-upmanship between research institutes and universities where academic performance and potential is measured in cores and petaflops. The announcements heralding a new supercomputer are often quite drab, focusing in on just the raw numbers involved, rather than how the computer actually benefits their academic homes, which spend lofty sums of cash on buying and maintaining them. The University…

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