SAN news stories
Network attached storage / NAS
ATTO partnership enables simple QNAP NAS integration
QNAP and ATTO have partnered to create a solution to allow users to add QNAP NAS to their existing SAN environment hassle-free.
Virtual Instruments extends Cisco integration to AppDynamics
VirtualWisdom helps Cisco customers find and resolve infrastructure issues before they impact application service levels by applying machine learning.
Gisborne District Council issues tender for IT makeover
Gisborne’s District Council has issued a tender for the replacement of its end-of-life servers and storage with hyper-converged infrastructure.
Excelero helps Vivavo deploy new cloud-based video analytics solutions
Vivavo has deployed Excelero’s NVMesh Server San, forming the foundation of its new cloud-based analytics business solutions.
Multimedia Technology bulks up storage portfolio with Drobo
Multimedia Technology has inked a deal to distribute storage vendor Drobo’s DAS offerings in Australia, along with select NAS and SAN offerings.
‘Disruptor in software-defined blocks storage’ awarded US patent
Excelero recently announced that it was assigned a US patent for the underlying technology to its NVMesh server SAN solution.
How to avoid that next storage hardware refresh
Customers tell me repeatedly that they dread the phone call from their hardware storage vendor. Every three or four years, the call is predictable.
Cisco refreshes storage networking portfolio
Cisco has refreshed its storage networking portfolio to expand connectivity options for data centers and reduce data center cabling and footprint.
Data storage Policy
As technology evolves to cope with the requirements of the modern business, so to does the sheer volume of data required by modern business
Fabric enhancements offer reseller boon
Brocade has extended its product portfolio as the company looks to capitalise on New Zealand’s ‘mature’ virtualisation market.
When all else fails
Never compromise the quality of the production environment for the sake of business continuity.