The public cloud adds a lot of flexibility to your IT, but it can be expensive, especially when it comes to data storage. This is why more and more customers are opting for hybrid infrastructures.
There are several options for object storage, and it’s hard to choose the right one for you. You can compare them not only in terms of…
Selecting the right object store for your needs isn’t simple: 5 key aspects that you should consider (plus a bonus tip for preparing for…
About rhe benefits of being fully hardware agnostic, what this means for the TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) of your infrastructure, and how it helps you get a better ROI (Return On Investment).
Tips on how to to build a successful object storage service with a minimal initial investment, and how to keep costs aligned with business growth.
Object stores are slow? The time of high performance object storage is coming.
The most important thing about backups is being able to recover data. How does OpenIO compare to other backup targets?
Software-Defined Resiliency and Performance Make it Possible to Take Advantage of Heterogeneous Hardware
We often mention that you can run OpenIO on heterogeneous hardware, but what does this really mean?
The cloud and other modern computing models are great, but they are not the solution to all problems. Pay-as-you-go or Pay-it-less?
Most modern enterprises are trying to become data-driven, but what does this really mean? What are the benefits of being data-driven, and what steps are needed to make it happen?
When small really means small.
If you look at modern compute infrastructure and computing models you can see how object, serverless and even scale-out can easily solve most of the challenges posed by edge computing ad its integration with the cloud. Even more so, having the ability to deploy the same…