Don’t Be Fooled by the Promise of HCI

Posted by: Greg Kleiman

You don’t have to spend more than 30 seconds searching the internet to find pundits and vendors alike embolden and touting that HCI (hyperconverged infrastructure) solutions will reduce complexity and cost while making it far easier to manage IT resources.   Most HCI infrastructures are implemented as multi-tier, highly distributed architectures using separate, single-function systems supposedly allowing [...]

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How much would you save? Try the new Datrium TCO Calculator!

Posted by: Greg Kleiman

Many companies claim to have the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO) but it really comes down to providing it for each particular customer situation. That’s why Datrium created a TCO calculator so potential customers and partners could estimate the savings of implementing Datrium. The user simply slides the bar to the number of virtual machines [...]

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Four Infrastructure Experts Answer IT Managers’ Burning Questions About Cloud Migration

Posted by: Amber Kelepouris

The CEO of ActualTech Media (@ActualTechMedia), Scott Lowe (@OtherScottLowe), recently brought together four cloud infrastructure experts from fast-growing cloud technology companies – iLand, Zerto, Datrium and Druva – to ask them various IT managers’ burning questions about migrating applications to the cloud. In a lively PanelCast the experts provided in-depth answers to the following questions [...]

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@KCMO Lead Bank Knows the Future of Banking is Now

Posted by: Greg Kleiman

Darrin Moorer, CIO of Lead Bank had his work cut out for him when he was looking for a cloud infrastructure that could support his vision for the bank of the future; which includes providing an instant customer experience. He evaluated solutions from Pure Storage, HPE Nimble and Dell EMC, but there were always trade-offs. [...]

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A Leprechaun’s 1-Min Guide to Disaster Recovery

Posted by: Greg Kleiman

Without leprechauns, IT organizations have always struggled with delivering disaster recovery (DR) solutions that are adequately responsive and successful. What’s more, current DR solutions (for both on-prem and cloud) are often complex and require constant care and maintenance to keep in sync with fragile infrastructure. Add to this the onslaught of malware and ransomware attacks [...]

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How Does a Software-Defined Converged Infrastructure Start-Up Make the New York Times Possible ‘Unicorn’ List?

Posted by: Greg Kleiman

  The vast majority of CTOs, DevOps and IT managers that I’ve spoken to have been scratching their heads for years on how and when to move their infrastructure to the cloud while still trying to modernize their data center infrastructure.   The common requirements for both public cloud and on-premise solutions include security, efficiency, ease of use, [...]

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Making Data Infrastructure as Portable as the Data

Posted by: Brian Biles

CIOs want workload, data and license portability across clouds and hardware types to control risks.  Welcome to Datrium Forward Software Subscriptions. Download the datasheet now for additional details. Datrium’s software stack is already portable across any leading host type on prem.  On clouds, we currently support AWS, and we will add more clouds over time. Our customers want [...]

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The Odd One In (Not Out) the CRN Cool Cloud Storage List

Posted by: Greg Kleiman

For services ranging from backup software to photo sharing to enterprise file syncing, @CRN has recently named the 20 coolest vendors in the cloud storage space. And we’re thrilled to be included alongside innovative companies delivering industry leading technology. But what’s also interesting is that many of the twenty companies only address a portion of the data [...]

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