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  • Virtualization is just getting warmed up

    Virtualization is an unstoppable trend under which applications become progressively more abstracted and independent from the underlying platforms on which their services execute. It’s now a well-established practice for enhancing the scalability, portability and efficiency of information technology assets. It supports flexible partitioning, aggregation and composition of compute, storage, memory and bandwidth within and across diverse networks, clouds, clusters, servers and other platforms. All this enables legacy assets to deliver value alongside the newest platforms for the remainder of their…

  • Linux Foundation forms Ceph Foundation for open-source storage

    The Linux Foundation announces the formation of a new open-source storage community. (Pixabay) Driven in part by the increased use of containers, AI and ML, the Linux Foundation announced the formation of the Ceph Foundation for open-source storage. Ceph is being used by cloud providers and enterprises to lower the cost of storing information in private clouds while helping them better organize and access their information. The Ceph Foundation is developing a unified distributed storage system that will provide applications…

  • Cisco’s Wide And Deep Embrace Of Kubernetes

    Cisco’s Wide And Deep Embrace Of Kubernetes May 3, 2018 Jeffrey Burt As enterprises continue to spread their workloads around – keeping some in their core datacenters while placing others in either private clouds or sprinkling them among disparate public clouds – the portability, visibility and management of those applications becomes an issue. There is no standardization among public cloud providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform, among others, and applications that run well in…

  • 5 Hot Storage Technologies to Watch – EnterpriseStorageForum.com

    5 Hot Storage Technologies to Watch Many technologies are billed as hot, exciting and revolutionary. But which ones are really deserving of that moniker? Which ones are destined to change — or are changing — the storage universe? Enterprise Storage Forum asked the experts. 1. Object Storage Several of our sources cited object storage as an enabler of major change. “Object storage will be the dominant storage system as we move more applications to the cloud due to its rich…

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