Public Cloud

Microsoft opens Project Zipline to storage masses

Microsoft has developed Project Zipline, a compression algorithm, and optimised hardware implementation to suit data in the Azure cloud. Compressed data occupies less storage...

Komprise dives into deep analytics search

Komprise is developing a deep analytics function underpinned by an index of all the files in a global namespace that whirs away in the background while it...

‘DR’ in Druva stands for Disaster Recovery

Druva has added Disaster-Recovery-as-a-Service based on the AWS public cloud. This means customers can avoid the expense of a second DR site or subscribe to DR facilities...

Western Digital wants to be the Everything Storage Company. How does its ambition stack...

Western Digital is undertaking a huge project - to own and integrate the entire stack from silicon, glass and sand to arrays and composable systems software.

Qumulo builds home-grown S3 bucket shop

Scale-out filer Qumulo is developing its own Amazon S3 bucket storage capability and has cloud archiving in mind. Currently it uses Minio’s object storage...

Nutanix kicks Buckets into life

Nutanix is within a month of launching Buckets, a hyperconverged infrastructure, S3-compatible object service, according to our sources. The technology gives the company a...

Trust the public cloud Big Three to make non-volatile storage volatile

AWS and Google Cloud virtual machine instances – and as of this month, Azure's – have NVMe flash drive performance, but user be warned: drive contents are...

Pure Storage builds ObjectEngine for multi-cloud, data serving future

Yesterday's ObjectEngine launch is notable for what it brings to Pure’s future data management table. This is Pure’s third hardware platform, joining FlashArray for primary data...

There’s a Veeam in Western Digital’s ActiveScale eye

Veeam’s backup Cloud Tier can use Western Digital’s object-storing ActiveScale box as a target data store. The idea is to make longer-term backup storage...

Storage news sprinkles to start the week

The amount of data to be stored, processed and protected grows incessantly. That's fuelling product growth and partnerships between suppliers as they jostle to taker advantage of...