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MinIO Bolsters Enterprise Chops with K8s Integration

Apr 7, 2021 |

If you’re in the market for a modern, S3-compatible object storage system that works in multi- and hybrid-cloud environments, you may want to keep your eyes on MinIO, which today unveiled a trio of software updates that enhances its integration with Kubernetes and bolsters its enterprise capabilities. Read more…

Achieving Data Accessibility and Durability, Without Making Copies

Mar 30, 2021 |

As the volume of large-scale unstructured data increases across the enterprise, there is commensurate need for scalable file storage and management. Alongside the shift from on-premises data to multi-cloud solutions, legacy approaches to these processes have contributed to data bloat. Read more…

Lenovo Looks to Unify Data Management

Dec 3, 2020 |

A set of data management building blocks unveiled this week by Lenovo’s Data Center Group seeks to unify data from edge to cloud via new data management software, an all-flash storage array that supports object storage as well as AI-driven storage management and a data fabric geared toward data analytics. Read more…

Did Dremio Just Make Data Warehouses Obsolete?

Oct 27, 2020 |

Imagine that your users can query a cloud object store from their favorite BI tools, and get responses back in less than a second. Would you still pay for a dedicated cloud data warehouse at that point? Read more…

Cloudian Pins Container Hopes on K8s Operator

Sep 1, 2020 |

Object storage systems like Amazon S3 are currently winning the big data storage battle, thanks to low costs and infinite capacities. But getting object stores to work with containerized applications isn’t always straightforward. Read more…

Confluent Goes ‘Infinite’ with Kafka Cloud Storage

Jul 1, 2020 |

Companies that want to store oodles of event data in Kafka but don’t want to pay oodles of dollars may be interested in the new “infinite storage” option unveiled today by Confluent. Read more…

Object Stores Starting to Look Like Databases

Apr 16, 2020 |

Don’t look now, but object stores – those vast repositories of data sitting behind an S3 API – are beginning to resemble databases. They’re obviously still separate categories today, but as the next-generation data architecture takes shape to solve emerging real-time data processing and machine learning challenges, the lines separating things like object stores, databases, and streaming data frameworks will begin to blur. Read more…

Red Hat Ceph 4 Automates Data Management

Mar 10, 2020 |

Data-driven workloads like machine learning and analytics along with the growing demands of distributed application development are driving object storage repositories. Hence, vendors are releasing petabyte-scale options for cloud-native development, including a growing list based on open source efforts. Read more…

Storage in the Exabyte Era

Feb 19, 2020 |

Back in 2010, a petabyte was considered a lot of data for a single company to have. But today, petabyte is child’s play, and the biggest enterprises are managing data stored in the exabyte range. Read more…

Cloudian, Splunk Unchain Compute, Storage

Feb 5, 2020 |

Splunk has decoupled the computing and storage layers of its architecture, providing a way for customers to scale storage independent from computing.

The machine data analytics specialist working with storage partner Cloudian has cleaved the two layers with Splunk’s (NASDAQ: Read more…

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