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Storage Power Plays: Check Out These 26 New Products

VMworld 2018 shows that it continues to be not just a major conference for cloud and virtualization, but also a primary showcase for the latest in storage products.

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Storage At The Heart Of VMworld

VMworld has seen its share of transitions, particularly from its early focus on the virtualization technology of VMware through its current focus on the cloud. But one thing has remained steady: VMworld's importance as a place where the latest storage technologies can be found.

Storage plays a key role in both the cloud and virtualization as customers and channel partners increasingly look for new ways to store, protect, restore, archive, and manage growing data stores. Increasingly, that data is not found on-premises, or in the cloud, but straddling both on-premises and cloud environments. It may be in traditional file or block formats, inside virtual machines, inside containers, or in ways not yet obvious, but it is increasingly being managed across multiple on-premises and multi-cloud environments.

For storage lovers, VMworld is the premier venue to see what all the major vendors are doing. Software, hardware, cloud? For storage, it's at VMworld.

VMworld 2018 just ended, but the work of managing data never does, and never will.

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Asigra TrueNAS Backup Appliance

The Asigra TrueNAS Backup Appliance, introduced at VMworld by Toronto-based Asigra is a purpose-built open-source appliance that supports MSPs with fast and efficient deployment of malware-free managed backup services for protecting data in VMware, Amazon Web Services and other environments. It is a physical hardware offering configured with Asigra Cloud Backup Software version 14. The software converges data protection and cybersecurity to counter growing malware attacks on backup data. The appliance lets administrators safeguard business data with software that runs on iXsystems’ TrueNAS hybrid storage systems, offering high availability, superior scalability, flexibility, and data integrity. Models range in capacities from 60 TB to over 10 PB.

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Cisco HyperFlex 3.5

Cisco highlighted the all-NVMe flash storage architecture of its Cisco HyperFlex 3.5 hyper-converged infrastructure offering, which was introduced in June. Cisco HyperFlex 3.5 uses Intel Optane in its HX220c M5 all-NVMe node, which the San Jose, Calif.-based company called the industry’s first fully engineered all-NVMe hyper-converged appliance. The nodes combine an Intel Optane NVMe caching drive as well as Intel 3-D NAND NVMe drives for capacity storage, with full RAS (reliability, availability and serviceability) and hot- plug functionality.

 
 
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