Posts Tagged ‘ HP ’

What Next for x86 Hardware Industry: The Death of the Blade Format?

April 3, 2014
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DataCenterVirtualization

The rise of server-based flash caching and other technologies like local performant storage pools, whether virtual storage appliances like the HP StoreVirtual VSA or VMware’s VSAN, marks a possible return to the days of the pizza box server in data centers across the world.

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HyTrust Expanding Role in Secure Hybrid Cloud

October 1, 2013
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Hytrust100x30

HyTrust released their version 3.5 of their virtualization security proxy and compliance tool. This tool is core to a growing ecosystem of partners and systems. HyTrust has also expanded its role within the Secure Hybrid Cloud by covering more of what is traditionally part of the data center. HyTrust is a proxy that sits between…

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News: Cisco Intends to Acquire SSD Pioneer WHIPTAIL

September 10, 2013
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DataCenterVirtualization

Cisco announced today their intent to acquire Whippany, NJ based WHIPTAIL, a manufacturer of Solid-State Disk (SSD) storage.

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When and Where to Use NAND Flash SSD for Virtual Servers

August 30, 2013
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StorageNetworking

Keeping in mind that the best server and storage IO is the one that you do not have to do, then second best is that which has the least impact combined with best benefit to an application. This is where SSD, including DRAM- and NAND-flash-based solutions, comes into the conversation for storage performance optimization.

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HP Releases New Thin Client amidst a Growing Market

August 20, 2013
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HP100x30

HP announced the newest addition to the top of their thin client device line. The t820 series focuses on delivering the highest level of performing thin clients, targeting users that historically have not been able to use thin clients in the past. In a press release on August 19th, “There is new and growing demand…

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Big Data Security Tools

June 20, 2013
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VirtualizationSecurity

On the May 30th Virtualization Security Podcast, Michael Webster (@vcdxnz001) joined us Live from HP Discover to discuss what we found at the show and other similar tools around the industry. The big data security news was a loosely coupled product named HAVEn which is derived from several products: Hadoop, Autonomy, Vertica, Enterprise Security, and…

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A Look at the HP Moonshot 1500

April 16, 2013
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DataCenterVirtualization

Last week HP announced their "second generation" HP Moonshot 1500 enclosure and Intel Atom S1260-based Proliant Moonshot systems, a high-density computing solution targeted at hyperscale computing workloads. They're billing it as the first "software defined server" and claiming that it can save 89 percent of energy, 80 percent space, and 77 percent of the cost…

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VDI Stall: VDI Appliances solve the hardware problem so, what next?

January 23, 2013
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DesktopVirtualization

We've discussed the fact that VDI appliance makers were making good progress simplifying adoption of a virtual desktop infrastructure. An appliance-based route to market can be seen as win-win: being designed both to reduce cost and complexity of implementation (for the customer) and shorten sales cycles (for the vendor). So goes the theory. To understand…

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Are you using or considering implementation of a storage hypervisor?

January 7, 2013
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StorageNetworking

Depending upon what your or somebody else’s definition of a storage hypervisor is, you may or may not be using one or realize it. If your view of a storage hypervisor is a storage IO optimization technology to address performance and other issues with virtual machines (VMs) and their hypervisors, such as Virsto or ScaleIO…

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