Composable Storage for a Multi-Cloud World

Most organizations now live in a multi-cloud world. Workloads can run on-premises one day, on cloud the next, and return to on-premises soon after. A challenge for organizations looking for this type of workload mobility is the differences between the infrastructures. Current on-premises solutions, despite attempts to make them more cloud-like, haven’t worked. Most vendors…

Achieving Cloud Storage Experiences for On-Prem Workloads

Cloud storage provides computing, networking, and storage resources on a pay-as-you-go basis. IT resources become an operational expense. Most on-premises data center resources need to be purchased up front. IT resources are a capital expense. The challenge with purchasing hardware and software upfront is that IT needs to buy with the end result in mind….

2018 – Year in Review

  To begin with, we wish all our readers a slightly delayed, but a very happy new year! We’re charging ahead with our plans for 2019, but wanted to take a quick minute to share some of our highlights from a very busy, and successful 2018. We had set some steep goals for ourselves, and are…

Alternatives to the Public Cloud

  Building, owning and operating a data center has always been a complex and expensive undertaking. Public cloud was seen as an effective alternative for organizations who wanted to avoid the painstaking process of standing up their own data centers. However, the maturation of public cloud has also revealed concerns such as security, hidden costs…

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…