Focus on performance! Choosing the right entry-level all-flash array
5P Strategy: Selecting an Entry-Level All-Flash Array With the maturity of flash technology and huge real-time data demand, the high-level all-flash array has been popularized among enterprises and even SMB... »...
Redefine Storage for High Availability (HA)
Why High Availability is Important for Business Today, network services rely on the Internet. Even the shortest downtime can cause huge losses to the business. Outages can lead to lost... »...
Data Integrity, ZFS vs. Other File Systems
Why data integrity take place nowadays? In the digital era, small files I/O and requests have taken place for nowadays technologies, such as financial blockchains, artificial intelligence, internet of things... »...
What is Thunderbolt 3 NAS?
One of the most dynamic areas for growth in the use of network-attached storage is the media and entertainment industry. Always evolving, always rapidly changing, the media and entertainment industry... »...
ZFS vs. EXT4
ZFS may be the best-known enterprise-grade transactional file system to use storage pools to manage physical storage space. It is not the only one on the market, however. ZFS competes with... »...
What is ZFS?
Introducing ZFS: Your Enterprise-Grade File System  Many people have heard of ZFS, but are unsure what it actually is. So, what is ZFS? The Zeta File System (ZOL on Linux) is an... »...
How to make data management Efficiently and Safely?
Many sources have predicted exponential data growth from 2010 to 2020 and found the size of the digital universe will be doubled every two years at least. As a result... »...
Data Storage Guide for Startups
Businesses transitioning to the cloud have a big learning curve ahead. And for the IT pros responsible for data storage for startups, it’s a big responsibility to make the right... »...
Fibre Channel vs. iSCSI
Introduction If you are a storage expert, you may have heard about these two protocols. But buying new storage arrays may face barriers of selectivity, such as Fibre Channel vs.... »...