Combined with Cross vCenter vMotion, it's a powerful feature.
The newest version of VMware's flagship promises easier virtual HDD conversions. James puts that promise to the test.
DataCore's survey has lots of valuable insights.
The new Atlantis product, Hyperscale, works with existing storage to make it more efficient.
What changes excite Rick the most?
The company finally gets its own OS.
Infinio promises greater vSphere performance.
Rick's shortcuts for better storage efficiency.
VVOLs are a breakthrough for virtual environments, but every storage vendor handles them differently.
Rick is upgrading his lab, and passes along hard-earned wisdom for getting the most out of your home environment.
Year-over-year sales were up more than 30 percent over 2013, according to IDC.
Qumulo demonstrates its new file system, the heart of its software-defined-storage product.
With so many options, like the StorTrends 3600i, it pays to choose wisely.
This first look shows how powerful Qumulo Core is.
Google Inc. challenged established cloud services leader Amazon Web Services Inc. with last week's introduction of a beta Nearline Storage service for housing data that needs to be kept by enterprises but is infrequently accessed.
The latest revision has more than 650 upgrades.
The company gets a new round of cash, raising its value to more than $1 billion.
All the upgrades to the VMware flagship product lead to much better availability of services.
VVOLs, as they're known, could revolutionize your datacenter. Learn how they work and how to set them up.
SUSE Enterprise Storage is unveiled, further crowding the space.
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How does the new, all-flash version compare with VSAN 5.5?
The company now integrates all layers of the virtualization stack.
The VDI giant is evolving beyond its core competency. That's a good thing.
The move helps shore up a weakness in the Citrix lineup.
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