Data storage which offers multiprotocol support makes its possible to run and manage files and applications from a single device. A multiprotocol storage system also called as unified storage system simultaneously enables storage of file data and handles the block based Input/Output of enterprise applications. Hence, a Unified Storage system consolidates file based and block… More What’s the use of multiprotocol Unified Storage?
Data Center managers are showing a lot of interest in investing in IP SAN, as they are easier to manage, have reduced complications from a dedicated storage network (FC), present the flexibility to provision storage on demand, tender storage segmentation feature and offer non-blocked infrastructure. A TechTarget 2015 Network Infrastructure Survey revealed that FCoE was… More Simpler management motivates IP SAN investments!
StoneFly, a pioneer in offering iSCSI Storage is now offering Cloud Drive services through Microsoft Azure- the world’s leading cloud computing platform. StoneFly’s Cloud Drive features the choice of an enterprise remote iSCSI drive or Scale Out NAS solution in the Cloud. It’s perfect to act as a primary storage, remote backup, remote replication for… More StoneFly Cloud Drive in Microsoft Azure turns live!
Palm Springs known for its scenic beauty depends on reliable supply and clean water to support all those living in its vicinity. These people count on Desert Water Agency (DWA) for all their water needs. The agency works hard to ensure the purity of the water by carefully monitoring and controlling the quality of water… More Palm Springs Desert Water Agency virtualization needs solved by StoneFly IP SAN!
Data Storage Industry is buzzing with the latest that Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) protocol is dead; thus making the future for iSCSI and FC bright. Generally, in the technological world, when a newer technology arrives, the older one gets tagged with a label that its days are going to be outnumbered soon. But in… More Is Fibre Channel over Ethernet dead?
Fibre Channel SAN business is down and that is visible from the recently announced revenue figures of the FC trio- Brocade, Emulex and QLogic. As we have seen with Emulex and Qlogic’s results, Brocade has found growth through better business efficiencies, but the basic FC market is widely seen as a maturing one with little… More Fibre Channel SAN business is down?