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Data Storage 101: How To Determine Business-Critical App Performance Requirements

Measuring IOPS, latency and throughput are important for determining the characteristics of physical storage that’s added to a modern data fabric.

Hands-On with WSL: Background Jobs in Windows Subsystem for Linux 1803

Having processes that continue to run after all the WSL terminals are closed is a powerful feature that opens WSL to a wider range of workflows.

No-Cost Linux Foundation Course Explores Open Source SDN, NFV, More

The Linux Foundation will offer a free course serving as an introduction to modern, open source networking technologies including software-defined networking, network functions virtualization, disaggregation, orchestration, network automation and more.

SoftNAS Cloud 4 Aims To Deliver 'Cloud Storage Cost Savings'

General availability of SoftNAS Cloud version 4 was announced by Houston-based SoftNAS Inc. today.

How RPO and RTO Impact Business Continuity

All backups are not created equal. While having any backup is better than having no backup, the different approaches to backups can have dramatic effects on business continuity, should disaster strike.

What's New in the GA Release of Microsoft Windows Admin Center

Extension and Storage Spaces Direct support, plus some security changes are among some of the new features in the GA release of "Project Honolulu."

VMware and Okta Enter into New Partnership

The two companies announced their plans to integrate VMware Workspace ONE with Okta Identity Cloud.

How Do Amazon Speech Recognition Capabilities Stack Up?

Amazon Transcribe is used to create a written transcript of audio or video files that you upload.

Containerd Now Available as Runtime Option for Kubernetes

Enterprise users of the Kubernetes container orchestration system now have a new option for a container runtime: conatinerd.

Pivot3 Adds Disaster Recovery and Workload Mobility Support for AWS, Azure and Google Cloud

Pivot3 Intelligent Hybrid Cloud gets expanded disaster recovery and workload mobility capabilities.

VMware Integrated OpenStack 5 Provides 5G and Edge Computing Support to Telecom and Enterprise Customers

Based on the OpenStack Queens release, VMware Integrated OpenStack 5 is now generally available.

Microsoft OneDrive Earns Top Billing in Cloud Storage Services Survey

Spiceworks survey finds Microsoft OneDrive most popular cloud storage service, among other interesting findings.

Keep Your AWS Environment Organized

Be sure to document objects as they're created to avoid confusion later on.

Storage Silos 101: What They Are and How To Manage Them

Trevor Pott addresses the issues surrounding storage silos.

Intel OpenVINO Toolkit Brings Vision and AI to Edge Computing

Today Intel Corp. officially announced its Open Visual Inference & Neural Network Optimization (OpenVINO) toolkit, formerly known as "Intel Computer Vision SDK."

A Closer Look at the Dell EMC Isilon NAS Storage Platform

Isilon was acquired by EMC in November 2010 for $2.25 billion.

Veeam to Focus on the 'Hyper-Available' Enterprise

At VeeamON, the company is rolling out a new branding to reach a larger total addressable market.

Red Hat Virtualization 4.2 Aims to 'Improve Integration Across the Open Hybrid Cloud'

Red Hat Inc. announced the general availability of Red Hat 4.2, its KVM-powered virtualization platform.

AWS Deepens Object Recognition Technology

Expected to start shipping in mid-June, AWS DeepLens gives developers the chance to expand their machine learning skills.

Targeting Hybrid Cloud Sector, Red Hat and IBM Announce Expanded Collaboration

Red Hat plans to focus on the hybrid cloud sector by expanding the company's relationship with technology juggernaut IBM Corp.