IT Infrastructure is always evolving. The next big change will be back toward an old, familiar model, closer to the days of the mainframe than the era of siloed servers that has dominated for decades.
Microsoft's first attempt at creating a software-defined storage platform wasn't a big hit. Its updated version just might be.
The company's successfully pivoted; but its new direction must be navigated skillfully, and potholes are everywhere.
Revenue was up more than 12 percent from the previous year.
How it's changing datacenters and the role of the IT admin.
For one, it means a big help for small and medium businesses.
It's a solid product that will primarily appeal to existing Red Hat customers.
These storage devices are great, but it's not a simple matter of plug-and-play.
What different kinds of monitoring are available for workloads, and what do the numbers you get back actually mean?
Getting a handle on skyrocketing workloads.
There's room for improvement, and VMware is heading in that direction.
Storage breakthroughs are leading to new ways of thinking about infrastructure.
The full solution should be available later this year.
Ramp up your productivity by ditching the Web interface.
The first step is getting information about the environment.
A host of useful upgrades are packed into the latest release.
Very little good -- and much bad -- comes of it.
Dternity has a solid solution worth considering.
Proper monitoring helps prove that it's not your fault, and find out what, exactly, is to blame.
Even with all the cutting-edge storage technologies, one of the original methods is still viable.
Backup utilities, migration and analytics tools, and more.
The enterprise giant paid $1.2 billion for the storage vendor.
The updated name reflects our changing coverage.
Don't blame it all on Amazon.
Does the speed hype live up to the reality?
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