Powerful Data Protection with Deduplication 2.0
HP addresses four data protection challenges that affect nearly all of its customers in one way or another: Backup windows, Disaster recovery (DR), Remote office data protection, and Restore performance. HP’s federated Deduplication 2.0 capability provides a pay-as-you-grow model to help shrink your backup windows and improve your restore performance with speeds of up to
De-duplication appliances: Can HP put a dent in EMC’s hegemony?
The early days of the de-duplication target market could be characterized as the Wild West according to 451 Research, with a slew of startups shooting it out in an emerging market with tremendous potential. That phase was followed by a consolidation phase where the big guns acquired startups in a buy-is-better-than-build spree. A few smaller
IDG Tech Dossier “Density Makes the Difference”
Many IT pros find themselves conflicted between the need to meet enterprise demands of increased processing capacity for growing business-critical applications and trying to limit physical data center expansion. Luckily, by utilizing next-generation increased-density rack-and-blade servers, organizations can address growing demands for compute capacity while reducing costly and inefficient data center sprawl. Find out more
Future-Proofing Your Data Center Storage
The data captured in this Technology Adoption Profile from Forrester shows that the time is now for firms to reduce capital and operating expense through improved tools and processes where excess exists. Learn how investing in increased flexibility and automation can provide additional agility for businesses to respond to new opportunities quickly. Intel, the Intel
HP Thin Technologies: A Competitive Comparison
As the drive to “do more with less” becomes a mantra for many organizations, optimizing space utilization is a key goal of many IT departments. Storage continues to be one of the major cost components of today’s infrastructure deployments. Thin technology, including thin provisioning, offers efficiency benefits that can significantly reduce both capital and operational
Reduce Costs and Improve Manageability with an IBM System x NAS Solution
IBM® System x® servers, powered by the latest Intel® Xeon® processors, offer the efficiency, simplicity and performance that will fit both your needs and your budget. Read this solution brief to discover how System x servers, preloaded with Microsoft® Windows Storage Server, offer a complete solution that is easy to manage, reduces risk and gives
ESG – Economic Value Validation – Riverbed Performance Management: Cascade
In this whitepaper, analyst firm, Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG), presents an economic value validation study of Riverbed Performance Management solution, Cascade application-aware NPM. ESG interviewed current Riverbed Cascade customers and based on these interviews, developed an economic model that predicts the benefits of deploying a Riverbed Cascade solution.
ESG – The Importance Of Performance Monitoring In The Midmarket
Midmarket organizations are transforming their IT infrastructure to better accommodate the needs of the business. Two major pieces of this transformation are virtualization and cloud computing, which rely heavily on network performance to ensure success. However, in many cases, these organizations lack the tools to properly monitor virtualized environments in order to meet SLAs. Riverbed
EMA – Advanced Visibility Into Virtual Data Centers
The growing complexity and abstraction that cloud and virtualization bring makes visibility across the enterprise all that more important. Consequently, any new options and capabilities that can help to shine a light into an otherwise obscured part of the IT architecture are most welcome. In this report EMA reviews Cascade to see how it measures
How Application Aware Networks Make The Impossible Possible
Find out what IDC and Boston College have to say about enhancing user productivity, reducing application downtime by 67%, and a 6 months ROI. Using Riverbed Cascade to manage exponentially growing application complexity while increasing network uptime.