Storage Networking

Storage Networking focuses upon virtualizing the storage and the SAN while collapsing and simplifying the management and performance of storage. This includes the role of storage virtualization in the Software Defined Data Center, and the comparison of pooled local storage options with traditional network attached storage (NAS) and fiber channel attached storage. Covered vendors include VMware, EMC, IBM, Dell, HP, Cisco, Tintri, and Nutanix.

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VMware vSphere v5 and Storage DRS

August 5, 2011
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VMware vSphere v5 and Storage DRS

Recently VMware announced version 5.0 of their vSphere virtualization solution with a theme of reducing complexity, enabling automation, and supporting scaling with confidence. As a key component for supporting cloud, virtual and dynamic infrastructure environments, vSphere V5.0 includes many storage related enhancements and new features.

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vSphere 5 – Virtualize Business Critical Applications with Confidence

July 12, 2011
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vSphere 5 – Virtualize Business Critical Applications with Confidence

Just in time for the adoption of vSphere 5 by enterprises seeking to virtualize business critical and performance critical applications, AppFirst, BlueStripe, and ExtraHop have pioneered a new category of APM solutions. This new category is focused upon allowing IT to take responsibility for applications response time for every application running in production. This is…

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Virtualization Performance Management and Misleading Averages

July 8, 2011
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What is still missing here is any kind of an end-to-end view of infrastructure latency that is also real time, deterministic and comprehensive. The marrying of the SAN point of view with the IP network point of view is the obvious combination. The hard issue here will be the identification of the applications so that…

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Dell a Virtualization Management Leader?

June 20, 2011
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The Dell VIS stack (Advanced Infrastructure Manager, Self-Service Creator and Director) now represents the most functionally rich virtualization management offering on the market, as it is sourced from best of breed IT as a Service vendor DynamicOPS and best of breed self learning analytics vendor Netuitive. This stack backed up by Dell's ability to sell…

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Virsto gets $12 million boost to help push virtualized storage beyond Hyper-V

June 13, 2011
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Virsto announces a $12 million in Series B venture capital funding and acquisition of EvoStor, a company specializing in storage virtualization technology for VMware environments. Virsto hope these factors will combine to help them transform virtual machine storage and move their Virsto Virtual Storage Engine beyond Hyper-V.

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Cloud Applications are 3-5 years Out: Underlying Layers are Evolving

May 12, 2011
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These announcements and ideas paint a better direction for cloud development and creation than there existed even one week ago. These announcements also concentrate on the data, not the computer engine(s) within the cloud. It has alwys been about the data.

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Intel goes for 3D Transistors – Extends Moore’s Law Yet Again

May 10, 2011
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Intel has announced that it will start shipping chips based upon 3D transistors in 2012 - and using this design across its product line. This extends the benefits of the continuation of Moore's law across computing platforms ranging from servers to smart phones.

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VMTurbo Breaks New Ground for Free vSphere Monitoring Tools

May 5, 2011
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VMTurbo has delivered a new free vSphere performance and capacity management solution that is neither time nor size of environment limited, and that breaks new ground in terms of capacity management functionality delivered in a free solution. The automatically generated VM Rightsizing Recommendations should prove to be of particular value to vSphere administrators.

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Reinventing the Infrastructure for Virtualization and the Cloud

April 27, 2011
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Running VMware on legacy infrastructure is like driving a Ferrari on a gravel road. If you look at what is run in most production VMware environments today, the only really new things in the environment is VMware vSphere, and possibly some new monitoring, security and backup tools. We have barely started to reinvent everything that…

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