Storage software

  • Server virtualization sparks demand for iSCSI-based storage in small business

    Score One For The Little Guy
    Dell Inc.'s acquisition last month of Nashua, N.H.-based EqualLogic Inc. shined a bright spotlight on the growing importance of iSCSI-based storage, especially in the small-business market that is heavily targeted by Dell, Round Rock, Texas.
  • EMC-RSA vs. Symantec-Veritas
    EMC Corp. RSA Security Division President Art Coviello sees a clear difference between the EMC-RSA Security Inc. merger vs. the Symantec Corp.-Veritas Software Corp. union: EMC-RSA simply had the security assets to deliver upon the promise of bringing together security and storage, while Symantec simply did not.
  • The Storage Virtualization Spin
    Greg Knieriemen, vice president of marketing at Chi, a Cleveland-based storage solution provider, on services opportunities for thin provisioning.
  • Our exclusive research reveals just how hot virtualization is.

    Channel At The Center Of Virtualization Wave
    Solution providers are turning server virtualization, one of the fastest-growing segments of the IT market, into their very own gravy train.
  • Review: Intel Modular Server
    CMP Channel Test Center evaluates the new Intel Modular Server. Is it what the channel needs for the small and midsized business market?
  • Backup and recovery software ace Sonasoft believes choosing the right reseller is key to being a player

    Selective Growth
    Four-year-old backup and recovery software vendor Sonasoft is reaching out to the channel as it attempts to grow sales and bring its solutions to the SMB market.
  • Channel Best-Sellers: Software
    One thing you can say about the relational database market is that it's incredibly stable, as evidenced by how little change there has been in the sales-volume shares of the major players. The other definitive thing you can say is that Microsoft's SQL Server remains the leader.
  • Review: Cross-Domain Monitoring
    A lot of VMware implementations end up with I/O bottlenecks, overcommitments, and mismatches between resource pools. While domain-specific monitoring tools provide some insight into resources, cross-domain traffic that spans multiple virtualized tiers is completely undetectable.