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Cloudian Launches HyperStore 5.2 and New High Capacity Appliances

Greetings from the Cloud! I am excited to announce that Cloudian just released HyperStore 5.2 and new high capacity appliances. Let’s talk HyperStore 5.2, an innovative release packed with features, such as new self-service storage policies, which allow enterprises to set data durability policies per application, optimizing data protection and reducing operational costs. The end-user … Read More

Cloudian HyperStore Integration with Symantec NetBackup

Starting with Symantec NetBackup 7.7, administrators will find an exciting new feature for cloud storage backup: Cloudian HyperStore®. The NetBackup Cloud Storage Connector enables the NetBackup software to back up data to and from Cloudian HyperStore straight out of the box without additional software installations or plugins. HyperStore is an option in the “Cloud Storage … Read More

Amir Chaudry describes the Cloudian HyperStore® integration with HDFS and Hadoop

HyperStore features full Apache Hadoop integration. As I mentioned earlier, enterprises can now transform big data into smart data by running Hadoop analytics on HyperStore software and appliances. This in-place analytics, with no need to offload data to other systems for Hadoop analyses, enables customers to derive meaningful business intelligence from their data quickly, efficiently … Read More

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Build Scalable Storage with Lenovo and Cloudian

  With the massive growth of data from the Internet of Things (IOT) to collaboration to compliance, users are demanding low-cost, flexible, easy to scale, and simple to manage data center storage solutions. Software-defined object storage delivers on these demands by capitalizing on industry standard x86 infrastructure and storage technologies to deploy more economic and … Read More

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Amir Chaudry explains how Cloudian HyperStore® tiers data to the cloud

Cloudian is the first and to the best of my knowledge the only vendor in the market today that provides the unique ability of creating a single namespace over a public and private cloud providing a seamless experience to a customer. Unlike most cloud gateway solutions available today which merely act as temporary caching devices, … Read More

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Amir Chaudry expounds on the future of storage

Cloudian’s view of the storage market is in complete alignment with the emerging trends seen across the industry today. Flash is becoming more prevalent in the data center providing the best $/IOP and unstructured data proliferating at an unreal pace, that renders traditional SAN/NAS architectures impractical, because it can’t keep pace with the $/TB and … Read More

Simplify cloud backups with Cloudian HyperStore and CloudBerry managed backup

Customers using cloud storage are demanding automated backup solutions from their service provider.  Also, many organizations that are using cloud storage for their public or private cloud are looking for ways to simplify and automate backup tasks for their cloud storage solutions. CloudBerry Managed Backup provides cloud storage services running Cloudian HyperStore with an enterprise … Read More

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TECHUNPLUGGED London – Chris Evans on Next Generation Primary Storage Systems

Here at TECHUNPLUGGED London, storage expert, blogger and consultant Chris Evans (@chrismevans) discussed next generation storage, and set the scene by discussing how he would like to see storage technologies develop in the future. He focussed on some key ideas: Quality of Service Pain-free migration Ultra efficiency Automated management and configuration Policy-based management Hardware agnostic … Read More

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Cloud & Infrastructure Insight – Live from Tech Unplugged London

The future of enterprise IT is the topic for a day of debate at Tech Unplugged in London on Wednesday, April 22 with Cloudian as one of four ‘disruptive technology vendors’ taking part. Cloudian will discuss cloud and infrastructure issues alongside leading influencers including Chris Evans, Enrico Signoretti, Hans De Leenheer, Martin Glassborow, Nigel Poulton … Read More