- August 27, 2012
Scale Computing's HC3 clustered system includes storage capacity, compute and virtual machines built in.
- August 20, 2012
Startup SimpliVity promises its OmniCube 'hyper-converged' stack of storage, compute and networking will replace a wide range of data center devices.
- September 30, 2011
Integrated storage stacks offer one-stop shopping and deployment for virtual environments, but cost and support in multi-vendor bundles raise concerns.
- February 25, 2009
Storage virtualization software company DataCore will add features for virtual server users with a 64-bit release of its products next month.
- June 06, 2003
DataCore added auto provisioning and support for Windows Server 2003 to the latest version of its SANsymphony virtualization engine this week.
Sponsored by NetApp - Hyper-converged infrastructure is advancing rapidly, both in the underlying technology and in the critical capabilities it must deliver in the cloud era. The catalyst for this change has been the exponential growth of public cloud services—and the consequent need for IT to seamlessly integrate multiple public clouds with on-premises infrastructure. See More
Sponsored by Pure Storage - Today’s reality is that businesses must evolve to an IT-as-a-service delivery model. The rapid ascendance of public cloud has shown that organizations are looking for an IT platform that can deliver simplicity, agility, self-service and elastic scalability. See More
Sponsored by NetApp - Are you ready for the evolution of hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI)? If your organization is like most others, you’ve deployed HCI over the past few years as a fast path to IT modernization and hybrid cloud. With HCI, you’ve probably been able to reduce IT complexity, control costs, and leverage a software-defined architecture for key workloads. See More
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