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Young storage company reveals its largest funding round to date, co-led by investors GV (formerly Google Ventures) and Sequoia Capital. Oh yes, it also introduced version 4.0 of its software.
Take a few minutes on this day, check and see if all the photos in your smartphone are being backed up to a cloud service such as Google, Dropbox or iCloud. Oh, and back up important docs, too.
The company generated an operating loss of a whopping $3.3 billion for FY 2017, not exactly ideal for anybody--especially investors and potential investors.
What Oracle has done is directly link its Storage Cloud with its ZFS Storage Appliance. Thus, no gateways or licensing fees are required.
The G610 is an entry-level switch designed for a variety of environments, ranging from small shared storage fabrics to network-edge deployments in data centers.
Using a ClearSky package, users pay only for a single, fully protected copy of their data that is accessible on-premises or in the cloud.
A new feature in Microsoft Azure backs helps customers ensure that their virtual machine backups will work without a hitch.
The first consumer Optane-based devices will become available April 24 in two M.2 form factors: A 16GB model for $44 and a 32GB Optane Memory device for $77.
Meanwhile, the hyperconverged systems market, though only a subset of the overall converged market, is growing at a much faster pace than the overall market.
API-driven services enable clients to access and use actionable business data from sources that include cloud services, messaging platforms or application software, regardless of the environment in which they reside.
As part of the deal, Veritas has certified the IBM Cloud Object Storage lineup of software and cloud services for use with Veritas' next version of NetBackup, v8.0.
In its most simplistic description, 3D Xpoint is a powerful processor that goes vertical in addition to horizontal. Thus the "3D" moniker, and thus the need for an entirely new SSD to hold it.