Barclays Premier League side Fulham Football Club has implemented a new physical security system based on EMC unified storage with VMware virtualization and cloud infrastructure technologies.
In addressing data growth, one of the key questions that CIOs need to answer is whether they should scale up or scale out existing storage.
In an environment driven by virtualization and shared infrastructure, your storage solution plays an important part in determining the performance of your data center. Maximizing the benefits from a virtualized shared infrastructure really rests on achieving a truly unified storage architecture.
Did this year's storage trends measure up to what was predicted last year? Did what came up in storage proved better or worse than what was expected?
We are on pace to churn out 1.2 zettabytes (10 raised to the power of 21 bytes) of digital information in 2010. This is expected to grow to 35 zettabytes (35 trillion gigabytes) by 2020. How do we store and recall all these information?
Traditional storage servers are already breaking under current information loads. With digital information expected to grow to 35 zettabytes by 2020, a more robust solution in the form unified storage which consolidates NAS appliances and SANs has become necessary.
NetApp has reached an important milestone of deploying more than 150,000 unified storage systems after eight years since introducing their first unified storage system.
Dell has expanded its OEM deal with EMC by including Dell-branded versions of EMC Celerra and Data Domain backup devices.
The improvement reduces costs and maximizes existing storage investments using a single, simplified management interface.
For Crest Animation to build a unified, high-performance storage infrastructure that can remove storage bottlenecks, improve application performance and productivity, and help the company increase the speed of creating animated feature films and TV shows.