From Traditional servers to software composable infrastructure: what is the difference? Traditional, converged, hyperconverged and now software composable infrastructure: the time that a datacenter was a collection of simple servers is over. What is the difference between all these variations of data center architecture and which is ideal for you?...
2019 Predictions from Storage Vendors
Demand is growing for composable infrastructure, as companies look to consolidate major functions of data centers.
by Chin-Fah Heoh Sun Microsystems coined the phrase “The Network is the Computer“. It became one of the most powerful ideologies in the computing world, but over the years, many [...]
by Kylie Anderson, Silicon AngleIn an information technology ecosystem characterized by constant change, virtualized tools that ensure flexibility for scaling enterprise data are quickly becoming standard in modern business. While [...]
L’informaticien: The composable storage solutions provider for data centers and the cloud is implementing an office in Europe08/29/2018
DriveScale, a young American company that we met recently at the last IT Press Tour, landed on our continent by opening an office and appointing Henk Jan Spanjaard as VP and Managing Director Europe and the Middle East. The latter is not a novice in the IT sector with previous roles at Imperva, A10, Infoblox, NetApp ... CONTINUE READING
The Problems with Commodity Servers with Direct Attached Storage Commodity servers for use in large clusters have two huge benefits: low cost and high bandwidth between the storage and the compute resources. However, there are several problems: CONTINUE READING
The Register: Everything you might like to know about storage (this week) but were too afraid to ask08/28/2018
The register: Everything you might like to know about storage (this week) but were too afraid to ask CONTINUE READING
DriveScale has been designated a Cool Vendor 2018 in Cloud Infrastructure by Gartner* "Why Cool: DriveScale has developed a relatively open composable infrastructure that uses software to disaggregate compute [...]