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Data storage in 2018 and beyond


All flash solutions tip unfavourably the economic scale for IT budgets, Infinidat quotes a VMware expert as saying.

Rise of encryption, fall of all-flash

8 Jun

End-to-end, application level encryption fundamentally defeats data reduction, says Chip Elmblad, enterprise architect at INFINIDAT.

White paper: Storage for Big Data and Analytics Challenges

4 Jun

INFINIDAT's paper provides information on the issues that Big Data applications pose for storage systems.

White paper: Data backup and disaster recovery

30 May

This paper will focus on data protection for the data centre, which is the area that houses the largest amount of data and backup infrastructure.

Finding a new definition of storage

Mar 16, 2018

Balancing cost, performance and reliability has always been storage's biggest challenge - but a software-defined approach can overcome this.

Commvault, Infinidat partner over petabyte-scale data protection

Feb 27, 2018

The partnership will help solve traditional data protection challenges customers face, says Infinidat.

Smart storage

Dec 15, 2017

Machine learning is playing a vital role in storage, making it more efficient than ever before.

The evolution of storage

Oct 12, 2017

Pay-per-usage is becoming the norm.

Doing performance testing right

May 25, 2017

Infinidat thinks that the best way to test performance is to run real applications on it.

Escaping public cloud lock-in with cloud-adjacent storage

May 24, 2017

Infinidat hybrid cloud storage becomes a positively compelling solution for just about every large enterprise considering using public cloud environments, says Gregory Touretsky, a Senior Director, Product Management at Infinidat.

Why data is the DNA of modern healthcare

May 23, 2017

IOT is creating better healthcare solutions for individuals wearing Internet-connected devices and they are creating a ton of data, says Infinidat.

From file to object and back again

May 22, 2017

Object storage is a great technology, and many customers can benefit from it, but it is not a replacement for modern, scalable NAS systems, says Gregory Touretsky, Senior Director, Product Management at Infinidat.