Data Deduplication: Maximum Storage Utilization for Optimal Backups

Data is changing at a scale never seen before — it lives in more places than ever and is growing in volume exponentially faster than the number of IT professionals tasked to manage it. Traditional forms of backup do not care how much storage is used as…

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Scale Computing Keeps Storage Simple and Efficient

Hyperconvergence is the combination of storage, compute, and virtualization. In a traditional virtualization architecture, combining these three components from different vendors can be complex and unwieldy without the right number of experts and administrators. When hyperconverged into a single solution, the complexity can be eliminated, if done correctly. At Scale Computing we looked at the traditional […]

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The King is Dead. Long Live the King!

With a title like Death by 1,000 cuts: Mainstream storage array supplies are bleeding, I couldn’t help but read Chris Mellor’s article on the decline of traditional storage arrays.  It starts off just as strong with: Great beasts can be killed by a 1,000 cuts, bleeding to death from the myriad slashes in their bodies […]

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The King is Dead. Long Live the King!

With a title like Death by 1,000 cuts: Mainstream storage array supplies are bleeding, I couldn’t help but read Chris Mellor’s article on the decline of traditional storage arrays.  It starts off just as strong with: Great beasts can be killed by a 1,000 cuts, bleeding to death from the myriad slashes in their bodies […]

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The King is Dead. Long Live the King!

With a title like Death by 1,000 cuts: Mainstream storage array supplies are bleeding, I couldn’t help but read Chris Mellor’s article on the decline of traditional storage arrays.  It starts off just as strong with: Great beasts can be killed by a 1,000 cuts, bleeding to death from the myriad slashes in their bodies […]

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The King is Dead. Long Live the King!

With a title like Death by 1,000 cuts: Mainstream storage array supplies are bleeding, I couldn’t help but read Chris Mellor’s article on the decline of traditional storage arrays.  It starts off just as strong with: Great beasts can be killed by a 1,000 cuts, bleeding to death from the myriad slashes in their bodies […]

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