Defining Data Management

By Mitch Lewis, Friday, November 18th 2022

Analyst Blogs

Data Management’s Expanding Requirements The term “Data Management” has become a popular phrase within the IT industry over the past few years, and for good reason. When considering massive data capacities, data sprawling out from the datacenter to the edge...

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NetApp Expands Hybrid Cloud Portfolio with BlueXP

By Mitch Lewis, Monday, November 7th 2022

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A major highlight of the recent NetApp Insight event was the introduction of BlueXP – NetApp’s new hybrid cloud management solution. BlueXP is a re-branding, as well as an expansion of NetApp’s previous Cloud Manager solution, and looks to be...

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Storage, Sustainability, and ESG Reporting

By Mitch Lewis, Wednesday, September 21st 2022

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ESG Reporting – A Growing Trend ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) reporting is a disclosure from organizations that outlines their actions and impact on non-financial related areas such as ethics, diversity, and sustainability. There is mounting pressure on companies to...

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Life After Optane

By Mitch Lewis, Friday, August 5th 2022

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Over the past few years, Storage Class Memory (SCM) has become synonymous with Intel’s Optane technology – due to Intel’s role in pioneering the technology (alongside partner Micron), and a strong marketing campaign to promote the technology under the “Optane”...

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QLC – Level-ing Expectations

By Mitch Lewis, Monday, November 23rd 2020

Analyst Blogs

Quad-Level Cell (QLC) technology represents the latest innovation in NAND flash storage. QLC is capable of storing 4 bits per cell, resulting in cheaper, denser storage than TLC, MLC, or SLC NAND alternatives. The cost and performance characteristics of QLC...

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Is Tape the New Cloud?

By Mitch Lewis, Wednesday, July 15th 2020

Analyst Blogs

The information technology landscape seems to have an ever-increasing number of “as a Service” offerings as data continues to move into public clouds, and often for good reason. The public cloud is an attractive offering – pay as you go,...

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