The Software-Defined Advantage

  What is software-defined and what are the advantages?   The term “software-defined” has become widely used by technology providers to describe new innovation enabling organizations to achieve Cloud-like flexibility for their in-house or on-premises IT infrastructure. At the heart of “software-designed” are new storage, server, and networking solutions that deliver key features and functionality…

Changing Concepts of Data Storage in the Cloud

  Enterprise data storage historically meant buying powerful storage arrays and populating them with drives until the array reached its capacity, then going out and acquiring new arrays.  It was an expensive and time intensive model, one that drastically impacted both the business’s ability to deliver products and the company’s profitability. Enter cloud computing.  As…

Cloud Computing: What’s Next?

What does cloud computing have in-store next?   Today in 2018, the age of “cloud computing” is well underway.  The origin of the term is a matter of debate – Google CEO Eric Schmidt first used the term “cloud computing” in August of 2006; MIT’s Technology Review traces the term to a Compaq Computer business…

Meet Kaminario – Upcoming Events Schedule

  We’re in the heart of event season for the Enterprise Storage market, and we at Kaminario have been working hard to get ready and geared up! Here’s a look at the events we’ll be attending and what we’ll be highlighting at each show.  We look forward to seeing you!   Flash Memory Summit 2018,…

Best Practices for Running Oracle on Kaminario

As a leader in the solid-state array market, Kaminario’s goal is to ensure easy and efficient adoption of our technology. As a result, we’ve published several white papers to provide best practices for running various workloads on the Kaminario arrays.  Our Solutions Engineering team is excited to publish the newest white paper, outlining the best practices…