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Your occasional storage digest, including Cohesity, SIOS and SAP

Cohesity grows nicely, SAP heads for the cloud and SIOS can save SAP in the cloud from disaster. Read on. Cohesity has cracking fy...

Nutanix integrates with ServiceNow, dives into HPE’s GreenLake, wins HPE OEM deal

Nutanix opened its .NEXT conference in Copenhagen today, announcing an HPE GreenLake deal, its software pre-installed on HPE servers, and integration with ServiceNow for automated incident...

Backblaze 7.0

Backblaze today launched BlackBlaze Cloud Backup 7.0. It offers the ability to keep updated, changed and deleted files in its cloud-stored backups forever. Backblaze...

Your occasional storage digest, including Violin, Lenovo and more

It' s time to listen to some Violin practice and find out about Lenovo file tiering plus a host of news snippets from the storage industry. Read...

Interview with Veeam co-founder Ratmir Timashev

Veeam’s growth is extraordinary. Founded in 2006, the privately-owned backup vendor said it surpassed $1bn annual revenues in 2018. The company dominates the data protection of...

Cohesity debuts file-tiering storage space saver

Cohesity has announced a way of migrating files directly to its secondary data storage platform. The company's SmartFiles product extracts files from NAS systems...

Yellowbrick Data does that cloud warehousing thing

Yellowbrick Data has introduced a public cloud version of its data warehouse, so customers no longer have to buy its custom scale-out analytics appliance.

Hammerspace builds ransomware bunker in universal data services extension

Hammerspace has introduced ransomware protection and other security services to its data-as-a-service platform. The new features span hybrid and multi-cloud environments and are as...

MemSQL joins cloud database gang

MemSQL has released Helios, a cloud-native version of its eponymous in-memory database. Helios provides access to MemSQL, running-in memory on AWS and the...

Data Domain joins Dell’s Power gang, debuts bigger faster backup arrays

Dell EMC has changed the name of its Data Domain product line to PowerProtect, to coincide with the launch of bigger, faster systems.