Amazon Re:Freeze makes it easier to transfer Glacier vault archives

Amazon has announced the Glacier Re:Freeze serverless service to transfer an entire Glacier data vault to another S3 class such as Glacier Deep Archive.

Storage product comparisons on the rack

Analysis. Comparing the performance of storage products is bedevilled by the lack of benchmark testing for the three main storage storage access methods; blocks, files and objects....

MinIO adds mainstream object storage management features

MinIO, the Kubernetes object storage developer, this week released three management tools that collectively "allow customers to rapidly adopt even the most advanced MinIO capabilities while providing...

Dell EMC leans on Druva for PowerProtect Backup Service

Dell EMC today officially confirmed backup-as-a-service, built on PowerProtect systems and Druva software. PowerProtect Backup Service supports SaaS applications like Microsoft 365, Google Workspace,...

StorMagic branches out into digital asset management

StorMagic has bought the assets of SoleraTec, a small California video storage company - its second acquisition in 12 months. Update: Hans O'Sullivan comments...

Penguin teams up with Red Hat Ceph and Seagate for big fast object storage

Penguin Computing has launched a hefty, fast Ceph-based object storage system for analytics and machine learning workloads. And it has a hefty name to match - 'Penguin...

Webcast: Six mistakes to avoid while managing a storage solution

Promo WekaIO co-founder and CEO Liran Zvibel thinks enterprise data storage buyers should be aware of six traps lying in wait when contemplating legacy solutions.

CTERA file software is being OEM’d by IBM

IBM COS File Access, launched last November, is a rebranded version of CTERA file system, CTERA CEO Liran Eshel revealed today. “IBM is one of the top...

Model9 touts mainframe data services in the cloud

Model9, a storage startup, is parlaying its software that replaces mainframe tape backup into a cloud data services gateway. The company has a big ambition - namely...

Your occasional storage digest with Liqid, Panzura and HPE GreenLake

Slurm sounds like a type of slurping or squirming but gives Liqid better access to the high-performance computing market. Panzura is adding ransomware detection to its cloud...

Please push me cause I’m close to the edge. CTERA launches remote work suite

CTERA has launched a small office/home office filer system for remote working employees. The Remote Work Suite has two components, a portable disk drive-sized...

Equinix data centres offer Pure storage as a service

Pure Storage is opening a new front in the cloud edge storage market, with data centre operator Equinix offering Pure-as-a-Service to its customers. Equinix...

Seagate delivers Lyve Cloud object storage-as-a-service via Equinix colos

Seagate is equipping Equinix co-location data centres with its Lyve Drive racks in order to offer Lyve Cloud, an S3-compatible object storage as a service.

Nutanix increases ransomware resistance

Nutanix has hardened ransomware defences cross its hybrid multicloud software stack. The company has made Flow, Files, Objects and Mine more resistant to ransomware, signed up for...

Datera CEO Guy Churchward resigns: ‘Natural time to move on’

Datera CEO and exec chairman Guy Churchward has resigned, citing health reasons. His colleague chief Product Officer Narasimha Valiveti - known as 'VNR' - has left the...

IBM speeds up Cloud Object Storage with LucidLink

LucidLink is to offer a bundled version of Filespaces based on IBM Cloud Object Store. LucidLink says the bundle can cost less than...

Pure Storage FlashBlade goes to work with Azure Stack

Gridpro, a Swedish cloud management software vendor, has integrated Pure Storage’s unified file and object FlashBlade array with Azure stack. Gridpro is the developer...

HYCU joins O365 data protection crowd with new SaaS offering

HYCU has launched SaaS-based Backup and Recovery for Office 365. “We see SaaS as a natural extension of the customer’s data estate,” CEO Simon Taylor said today...