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Druva pushes Kubernetes container protection into beta

Druva is adding backup for Kubernetes-orchestrated containers, as it aims to be a one-stop shop for data protection needs The service, currently in beta,...

Seven storage suppliers settle on AWS Outposts

Seven storage suppliers have announced AWS Outposts support, in a co-ordinated PR move by AWS. AWS Outposts is a fully managed service based on...

Our storage digest takes to the skies with Acronis, Inspur, Nutanix and DataStax

We start our latest storage news roundup with electric VTOL racing aircraft whose data needs protecting. Step forward Acronis. Inspur severs firm the basis of its Nutanix...

In this week in storage, SK hynix review ploy does not go well, and...

Who doesn't love a benchmark? Lenovo, for starters, when it thinks it is open to manipulation. And who doesn't love a geek who refuses to play to...

This week in storage, featuring Liqid, Snowflake Computing, Ceph and a sausage factory and...

This roundup discusses the seemingly outlandish Ceph and a sausage factory, as well as comparability startup Liqid getting a brace of supercomputer contracts and Panasas giving Spectrum...

Weak economy clips Dell’s server and storage wings

Dell Technologies storage revenues slid four per cent in Q2 2020, as Pure and NetApp posted revenue rises for the same period. Dell's...

Cohesity speeds up flash performance, hangs out with more hardware vendors

Cohesity has accelerated its software with 'I/O Boost', a flash technology that, it says, improves backup and access performance by two-to-eight times compared with disk drives.

BackupAssist builds bridge between backup and DR

BackupAssist has released a product that bridges backup and disaster recovery. The company's eponymous software provides backup for Windows virtual and physical servers and...

This week in storage with Lenovo, NetApp, and more

This week sees Lenovo and NetApp bundles, edge-focused TrueNAS boxes,, and faster-than-ever OpenEBS storage from MayaData. We’ll start with Lenovo and NetApp getting in a bundle.

UCSF ransomware attack: University had data protection but it wasn’t used on affected systems

The University of California San Francisco (UCSF) paid $1.14m in bitcoin (116.4 bitcoin) to ransomware attackers in June to recover encrypted files, despite having at least one...