DDN adds Nexenta file services to Tintri arrays

DDN is giving Tintri file array users access to file services through a Nexenta virtual storage appliance. The company bought Tintri in 2018...

Your occasional storage digest featuring Dell EMC, Cloudera, InfiniteIO, Cloudian and more

Here are some storage news stories to round off the week. Dell EMC storage comes closer to Cloudera Dell EMC and...

Minio is faster than Hadoop. Farewell, NAS and SAN?

Object storage software house Minio has demonstrated its storage can run up to 93 per cent faster than a Hadoop system. In its...

NetApp squeezes ONTAP into teeny weeny device

NetApp is working on running ONTAP, an operating system for storage arrays, on IOT edge devices and other small things The game was given...

NetApp confirms revenue miss as enterprises reduce AFA purchases

A sharp slowdown in enterprise customers' all-flash array purchases has sucker-punched NetApp, and though it is hiring more sales heads to fix this worry, things aren't forecast...

LucidLink gains Cloudian back end

LucidLink, has combined its technology with Cloudian to provide a high performance object storage system for enterprises. Customers can replace all but the most...

HPE buys MapR assets

HPE has scooped up the assets of MapR, the doomed Hadoop vendor, for an undisclosed sum. MapR ran into severe business problems in its...

NetApp warns of big revenue miss as US-China woes bite

NetApp expects a big revenue miss in the first 2020 quarter due to large global accounts spending less in response to the US-China trade dispute and other...

Your occasional storage digest, featuring AWS, hard drive sales, Red Hat and more

Start your week with some tasty storage snacks, including Amazon offering high-performance computing in its cloud, preliminary IDC disk drive ships for the second quarter, and Red...

HPE lets Komprise join its gang

Komprise has joined the HPE Complete programme - which means HPE can resell its data management software along with HPE storage arrays. A...

Western Digital parades go-faster, get-bigger IntelliFlash arrays

Western Digital has updated the IntelliFlash storage array range with a lower-priced entry-level NVMe models and a higher-capacity SAS array. The storage giant has also added live...

Big US business thinks object storage is big business

More US enterprises intend to buy object storage than unified file/block, SAN and NAS. Almost half are increasing cloud storage and a quarter are bulking upon-premises storage...

IBM puts on its Red Hat and bags some more storage software

IBM closed its massive $34bn Red Hat acquisition yesterday. The Red Hat portfolio includes five open source storage software products. Let's take a closer look.

Google buys Elastifile

Google is buying Elastifile and its scale-out cloud file storage software for an undisclosed sum. The company said it will integrate Elastifile's technology and...

Your tasty storage collection of files, flash and the cloud

The themes of this collection of storage news bytes revolve around backup, parallel file access, the public cloud and flash, meaning data at scale and fast data...

Qumulo adds fatter drives to flash, hybrid and archive systems

Qumulo has added larger capacity models to its all-flash, hybrid and archive systems along with a software update that includes real-time analytics.

StorONE’s Seagate SSD demo is fast for a virtual appliance

Startup StorONE claims record performance from its TRU S1 storage software running in a virtual appliance with 24 Seagate SSDs. Is software ran...

Your occasional storage digest, featuring PCIe, HPE and Qumulo, Tosh, and more

Let's end the week with some storage news stamps for your album. Slot in our PCIe v6 and v4 items, HPE snuggling closer to Qumulo, FileShadow adding...