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Category: Memory Virtualization


Innovations, Memory Virtualization, Trends, Types

The new era of the Multi-Model Database

May 16, 2018

Via: ZDNet

Databases were traditionally highly specialized data stores that were designed for specific tasks and until recently, they’ve been getting even more specialized. Recall data warehouses? Somebody once quipped to us that they were “bug fixes” for the shortcomings of transaction […]


Cloud Computing, Memory Virtualization, Types

What You Need to Know (Now) about Cloud Data Storage and the DOJ

March 29, 2018

Via: SQL Server Pro

For quite some time now, the United States Department of Justice has been putting cloud service providers into a difficult position. Because cloud providers lease storage space to tenants, and are therefore technically in possession of the tenants’ data, providers […]


Cloud Computing, Memory Virtualization, Types

Why we’re becoming savvier in our cloud initiatives – with object storage and containers key

March 14, 2018

Via: iCLOUD.pe

The latest research report, this time from cloud cost management provider Cloudability, reveals some interesting findings: only four infrastructure services comprise almost 85% of spend among the company’s customers, while changing trends in object storage and containers are becoming apparent. […]


Memory Virtualization, Types, Vendors & Products

Western Digital offers to drop bid for Toshiba memory business

September 6, 2017

Via: ZDNet

Western Digital has offered to withdraw from the group bidding for Toshiba’s flash memory chip business with the view of strengthening its position in the firms’ joint venture. As reported by Reuters, talks have recently stalled over Western Digital’s stake […]


Memory Virtualization, Types

Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V: More secure, but not faster

August 29, 2017

Via: Computerworld Virtualization

With Windows Server 2016, Microsoft has introduced a lengthy list of improvements to Hyper-V. Along with functional additions like container support, nested virtualization, and increased memory and vCPU limits, you’ll find a number of new features, including production-grade checkpoints and […]


Memory Virtualization, Predictions, Trends, Types

The data center of tomorrow: More power, fewer humans

August 23, 2017

Via: iCLOUD.pe

Moore’s Law has become the golden rule by which processing has increased and, in fact, modern statistics suggest this rise sees more of an 18-month cycle. Today, there is more processing power in a single handheld device than that which […]


Memory Virtualization, Types

How the new state and future path of storage virtualization will transform the enterprise

June 22, 2017

Via: TechGenix

What is storage virtualization? Well, it’s a combination of physical storage devices used as virtual storage. Software-defined storage has been years in the making. It is particularly relevant for datacenters. As far as datacenters go, to have storage infrastructure controllable […]


Memory Virtualization, Types

The enterprise’s shift toward storage virtualization — explained

May 24, 2017

Via: TechGenix

Storage virtualization is a hot-button issue, and one that has gained a fair amount of importance in the IT industry. Storage virtualization differs from physical storage as it combines different storage devices, effectively allowing it to be managed via one […]


Memory Virtualization, Types

Database Virtualization (Cloning) for SQL Server DBAs and Developers

May 2, 2017

Via: SQL Server Pro

The trend toward virtualized computing resources shows no signs of abating. Compute, memory, storage, and operating systems are commonly available on-demand. Code is accessed via Git or other repositories, and can be deployed to automated build and test environments in […]


Cloud Computing, Memory Virtualization

The Future of Managing Databases in a Hybrid IT World

February 14, 2017

Via: SQL Server Pro

When you work in information technology long enough, you get to see how people react when something new comes along. Some people embrace change, even to the point of being an early adopter. Others might use a wait-and-see approach. And […]