Your occasional storage digest featuring AWS, Delphix, Druva and NVM Express

Nibs, niblets, nibbles; brief news items to start the week and give you an appetite for five days of full-tilt action. Let’s see what we have from AWS, Delphix, Druva, and NVM Express. AWS: there's not a hole in my bucket

Falconstor financials show stability may be round the corner

FalconStor, the struggling storage software supplier, is showing signs of stabilising in its latest set of results. The...

Cloudtenna: We can find the file in any pile

 Cloudtenna’s multi-cloud and on-premises file search service is ready to use. The Bay Area company is an early stage-ish...

Regarding NetApp’s strong second quarter

Analysis NetApp turned in a good second fiscal quarter 2019, though its all-flash array revenue growth rate slowed. It spent...

A stitch in time saves…Veritas mines data to fix appliances before they break

Veritas appliances are to get much better at looking after their own health, thanks to a clever remote monitoring service.
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Caringo meets Panasas at JASMIN

Caringo, a niche object storage supplier, has hit the big time at UK supercomputer outfit JASMIN. This is a clustered supercomputer at the Science and Technology Facilities Council's (STFC)...

Sphere 3D spins out Overland into independence. But for how long?

Sphere 3D today completed the divestment of its Overland Storage subsidiary. It is now effectively debt-free. The same cannot be said for Overland and its Tandberg subsidary. This lossmaking...

All the storage news that’s fit to print! And then some…

Storage news is our stock-in-trade, but it is hard to keep up with the barrage directed at our inbox. We simply don't have the manpower or energy to delve ...

Seidl sidles from Cohesity

Cohesity's quite new EMEA VP Klaus Seidl has resigned suddenly, days after announcing EMEA business expansion with 100 customers and 100 staff. Prior to joining the company in November...
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Ceph backers apply Foundation in storage makeover

Ceph, the open source storage software platform, has gotten its very own foundation. Just like Linux. The Ceph Foundation...

Infinidat: We own the high-end storage array market

Infinidat claims it has a 60 per cent plus share of multi-petabyte storage array shipments. But we have only its word to...

Western Digital aims to boost NVMe SSD share with this one cunning virtualization trick

Western Digital today introduced its ME200 memory extension NVMe SSD. This uses a hypervisor to implement a software memory management unit which...

Faster, cheaper: Pavilion packs massive monolithic features into mini-NVMe array

Pavilion Data Systems, an NVMe array startup, has added encryption at rest to its RF100 series appliance. Pavilion's array...