Sonny Bennett looks at where organizations can prevent downtime by shifting the focus of their DR plans to events that are more likely to happen and are much easier to prevent.
Jon Toigo, Chairman of the Data Management Institute writes an exclusive guest blog for StorMagic on the nature and definition of software-defined storage, as well as best practice for those wanting to adopt SDS solutions and hyper-converged infrastructure.
Where your SME data center or distributed enterprise have larger application requirements, with both application availability and an affordable price point as key considerations, the hyper-converged Lenovo System x3250 M5® model with StorMagic SvSAN should be a top contender.
Where maximum uptime is required for a large number of critical applications or those that have high storage capacity demands, the Lenovo ThinkServer® RD650 model with StorMagic SvSAN is built for the task.
Where your remote sites operate a small number of critical applications that require maximum uptime but at a low cost and small IT footprint, the Lenovo ThinkServer® RS140 model with StorMagic SvSAN is the ideal solution.
When it comes to software-defined storage (SDS), small and midsized businesses (SMBs) are getting the short end of the stick, according to Hans O’Sullivan, CEO of storage virtualization software specialist StorMagic.
StorMagic, Inc. has signed Prianto UK and Prianto GmbH as authorised distributors in the UK, Germany, Switzerland and Austria.
In this Episode I’m with Hans O’Sullivan, StorMagic‘s CEO, and we talk about: – Hyperconverged infrastructures for the distributed enteprise – How HA is managed in small and remote sites – Manging multiple (up to thousands) sites – KVM support
StorMagic SvSAN was nominated as a Finalist in this years annual Storage Awards hosted London.
StorMagic‘s SvSAN is an ideal solution for distributed environments as it pushes storage resiliency to the network edge but without the high costs associated with many of today’s hardware products.