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  • 11 February 2021

    2021 Tech M&A Outlook: Infrastructure management

    The pandemic bolstered the shift toward cloud computing in 2020. But it did little to improve exits for companies that sell the software for managing, monitoring and operating cloud and other IT environments. Spending on acquisitions of infrastructure management vendors dropped to its lowest annual total in more than a decade. Still, there's reason to anticipate higher spending in 2021.

  • 26 January 2021

    DataCore acquires Caringo to add object storage to its growing SDS portfolio

    The acquirer has been expanding its software-defined storage offerings beyond its venerable SANsymphony roots, first with the introduction in November 2019 of its own vFiLO data platform for managing files and objects, and now with the purchase of pioneering object storage vendor Caringo.

  • 30 December 2020

    2021 Trends in Applied Infrastructure & DevOps

    The year ahead will see an acceleration of digital transformation initiatives that support business outcomes of agility, resilience and cost containment. The transition to hybrid, multicloud IT infrastructures supported by cloud-native application development tools and practices will only accelerate, as we will still have to operate under pandemic conditions for a minimum of several months into 2021.

  • 21 October 2020

    VMware Cloud on AWS launches S3-based disaster recovery service

    The company has unveiled a DR service that uses AWS S3 as the on-demand repository for VM replicas. Based on technology obtained via its acquisition of Datrium in July, the new managed service lowers the cost basis for DR and is expected to increase its prevalence as a key use case for VMware Cloud on AWS adoption.

  • 19 October 2020

    Cohesity and AWS team up to introduce Data Management as a Service offering

    Hybrid technology offers a flexible model that frees business IT from the limitations of on-premises infrastructure. But that also brings new challenges for dealing with complexity, and the management challenges of workloads and data outside the datacenter. Cohesity and AWS believe their DMaaS offering can be the right tool to mitigate much of that complexity.

  • 7 October 2020

    SNIA and NVM Express announce a cooperative NVMe Key Value command set and API

    The NVMe approach to flash storage has been making extensive headway for extremely high-performance block applications across the enterprise storage landscape. The recently ratified NVMe-KV command set and matching API looks to combine the massive performance of NVMe devices with the efficiency of key-value-native data storage.

  • 28 September 2020

    Veritas acquires Globanet to further expand its compliance capabilities

    The company has focused on granular and content-aware data management for years, but there is an increasing need for greater data identification and management capabilities as data growth spirals upward. Globanet's Merge 1 technologies complement Veritas' substantial archiving and compliance portfolio.

  • 21 September 2020

    MinIO partners with VMware to bring cloud-native object storage to VCF with Tanzu customers

    Software-defined object storage vendor MinIO supports cloud-native applications, including those running on Kubernetes. Now the vendor has unveiled a new partnership with VMware to provide object storage to customers using VMware Cloud Foundation with Tanzu.

  • 26 August 2020

    Dell's PowerScale lineup outlines its vision for the next generation of unstructured data storage

    Almost three years ago, Dell laid out a more tightly integrated roadmap for the future of its storage offerings, and with the introduction of the PowerScale platform, it has established a model for extending the Isilon NAS platform and OneFS filesystem to meet the growing unstructured data needs of a hybrid cloud world.

  • 13 August 2020

    Wasabi's Hot Cloud Storage offers single-tier performance-oriented cloud object storage

    Object storage services are ubiquitous in the public cloud, but not all services are created equal. Wasabi's Hot Cloud Storage aims to break the mold when it comes to the perception of object being nothing more than slow, cheap and deep storage " as well as challenge the model where customers need to choose between performance, availability and cost.