Is Unified Storage a Gimmick?

December 6th, 2011|Categories: Scale Computing, virtualization|Tags: , |

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Scale Computing Announces Launch of Mz Scale-Out Storage Nodes

November 12th, 2011|Categories: Scale Computing, virtualization|Tags: , |

Posted by Ryan Hulse from Scale Computing Good news for those out there leading the way in the conversion from 1GbE infrastructure to 10GbE:  This week we start taking pre-orders for M-Series storage nodes equipped [...]

WatchGuard Extends Business Security with Virtualization

November 11th, 2011|Categories: virtualization, WatchGuard|Tags: , , |

New WatchGuard XTMv Series Denotes New Line of Virtualized Firewalls SEATTLE – October 18, 2011. WatchGuard® Technologies, a global leader in business security solutions, today announced that it is extending its award-winning line of unified [...]

5 Reasons You Should Invest in a Disaster Recovery Plan

September 9th, 2011|Categories: Scale Computing, virtualization|Tags: , |

Posted by Ryan Hulse from Scale Computing If you don’t have a disaster recovery plan right now, it’s likely for the same reason you don’t have an office unicorn: it seems expensive, complicated to maintain [...]

Scale-out storage big winner in 2010

April 20th, 2011|Categories: Scale Computing, virtualization|Tags: , |

Read why scale-out storage is the future of data storage and how Scale Computing is leading the way. While early adopters of scale-out storage have predominantly been firms with large capacity requirements in specific industry [...]

Cost Benefits of Server Virtualization

February 23rd, 2011|Categories: Scale Computing, virtualization|Tags: , , |

Server Virtualization is a game-changer when it comes to reducing costs in the datacenter. Before server virtualization, single applications needed to run on single physical servers in order to ensure application and OS integrity. As [...]