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IBM makes Spectrum Scale play nicely with software containers

IBM has announced Spectrum Scale file system support for containers. The release means that companies building containerised IT environments can use their existing Spectrum Scale storage systems...

SoftIron, a proprietary ARM hardware company, loves open source Ceph

Interview SoftIron is developing and building its proprietary ARM-powered HyperDrive storage hardware while strongly promoting Ceph open source storage software.  It seems an unusual combination....

Iguazio builds Google-like Outpost for IoT retail edge

Unlike Amazon's Outpost and Azure Stack,  Google has no public cloud on-premises presence. Iguazio says it can provide one for Google customers. The Israeli...

Your occasional storage digest. It’s a Rap

Storage can be fast, storage can be slow. The disks can be vast  and tapes a no-no. Storage is easy, storage is hard, It leave you scarred,...

18 storage news bites pack very pleasant crunch

Eighteen storage news bites today for your delectation. four are light bites and 14 are snacks. Cloudiness, containerisation, data backup and predictions feature in the light bites...

Self-driving cars! The Quantum of some solace for ailing tape vendor

CEO Jamie Lerner is taking Quantum into vertical markets with a front and central focus on StorNext, its scale out filesystem manager. The first example is a...

NetApp declares multi-cloud love for Azure, GCP and Salesforce

NetApp is bulking out its public cloud offering with three new services for Azure, Google Cloud Platform and Salesforce. The company aims to deliver...

B&Ffled by the storage news flood? Get unbaffled here

Here is a snapshot of press and conference announcements to go with your morning's coffee, tea, smoothie or some other beverage. Cohesity goes...

NetApp blows filer benchmark to smithereens

All-flash NetApp filers have blown the SPEC SFS 2014 SW Build benchmark record to hell and gone. A 4-node system scored 2,200 and an...

Chris Mellor’s Rough Guide to the Storage Planet

The storage industry can be bewildering, with so many hardware and software technologies and overlapping products. How to make sense of it all?