Enterprises are deploying private and hosted clouds to respond faster to business demands for new applications, to improve service levels and to reduce cost across the data centre.
Veeam Backup Management Suite 6.5 combines Veeam Backup & Replication 6.5 and Veeam ONE 6.5 in a single solution for data protection and virtualisation management.
Looking past the initial promise of the big data craze, Cameron Wall, Managing Partner of C3 Business Solutions, discusses why big data predictive analytics is pure hype for the majority of the business world and how companies can better take advantage of the information they already possess.
Enterprise computing is shifting with the diffusion of the BYOD (bring your own device) phenomenon - the latest trend where employees use their own personal devices to access work applications. While this may increase employee satisfaction, it can be a challenge for IT departments.
The SANsymphony-V storage hypervisor forms a virtualisation layer across storage devices to help maximise the performance and utilisation of disk resources in IT organisations.
Australian-based technology services company DiUS Computing has been awarded for developing Easy Care Online (ECO) - a cloud-based compliance management software solution enabling users to securely access sleep apnoea patients’ usage and efficacy data online.
The vFundamentals product suite offers backup, capacity planning and resource optimisation for VMware virtual environments. The bundle includes the vRanger Pro VMware backup, replication and recovery solution, as well as capacity management and optimisation technology from VKernel’s vOps Server Standard Edition.
In recent years, server virtualisation has hogged the IT industry’s spotlight. All the while, storage virtualisation has remained in the background, slowly developing and maturing. However, there are still misconceptions surrounding the technology. Adrian De Luca, Director, SNIA ANZ, dispells these myths, claiming that storage virtualisation is ready for prime time.
Ports of Auckland has put down its ageing storage area network (SAN) in favour of storage virtualisation software, giving the organisation a failover time of minutes, increased storage performance and reduced infrastructure costs.
Acronis warns small-sized businesses about the concerns associated with the rapid adoption of virtualisation.
While information is the lifeblood of every organisation, exponential data growth and rising costs make it difficult for businesses to manage their data. Neville Vincent outlines the issues and how organisations can alleviate the associated pressures and costs.
Central Gippsland Water Region Corporation (Gippsland Water) provides water, wastewater and waste recovery services to domestic and commercial clients across central Gippsland in Victoria. The organisation distributes about 64,000 megalitres of water to 41 towns spread across more than 5000 square kilometres. Its clients also include businesses in the manufacturing, power generation, health service, timber, paper and dairy industries.
DataCore Software is increasing the size of its virtual disks from 2 TB to 1 PB, using thin provisioning to minimise how much real capacity has to be in place day one.
While the demand for storage virtualisation has opened up sales opportunities for vendors, it has also created numerous myths about it. Hitachi’s Simon Elisha sets out to quash these myths in order to distinguish the facts from the hype.
The Symmetrix V-Max system incorporates Virtual Matrix Architecture with industry-standard components to deliver massive scalability - enabling systems that scale to hundreds of thousands of terabytes of storage and tens of millions of IOPS (input/output per second) supporting hundreds of thousands of VMware and other virtual machines in a single federated storage infrastructure.