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Hard Disk Drives (HDD) for virtual environments (Part IV) from power to warranties

March 18, 2013
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StorageNetworking

Let us pick up where we left off in part III in our look beyond the covers to help answer the question of which is the best HDD to use.

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Hard Disk Drives (HDD) for virtual environments (Part III) from form factor to power

March 12, 2013
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StorageNetworking

In part II of this series we covered some of the differences between various Hard Disk Drive (HDD) including looking beyond the covers at availability, cache and cost. Let us pick up where we left off on our look beyond the covers to help answer the question of which is the best HDD to use.

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Hard Disk Drives (HDD) for virtual environments (Part I)

January 30, 2013
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StorageNetworking

Unless you are one of the few who have gone all solid-state devices (SSDs) for your virtual environment, hard disk drives (HHDs) still have a role. That role might be for primary storage of your VMs and/or their data, or as a destination target for backups, snapshots, archiving or as a work and scratch area.…

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Self Encrypting Disks (SEDs)

February 14, 2011
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The next true IT industry revolutionary product will be software, virtualization and cloud technology that does not require underlying physical hardware resources (servers, network and disk storage). While we wait for that revolutionary technology to appear outside of marketing or computer generated animations, there remains the need to protect cloud and virtual environments and their…

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