DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Storage Wars - All-Flash Array Pioneer Violin Memory Gears up for Battle" report to their offering.
Like a lot of homeowners, businesses are struggling with too much stuff and nowhere to put it. For the past five years, growth of data storage has ranked among the top three challenges facing IT organizations in Stratecast's annual cloud survey.
Not only do enterprises need to store all that data, but they need to ensure that the stored data is accessible for analysis; that it is replicated frequently to ensure data integrity and availability; and that primary and all backup storage meets security and compliance requirements.
As a result, businesses are continually expanding and refreshing their storage systems. Storage vendors have responded by introducing new technologies, evolving from traditional hard disk to flash storage or hybrid storage. The first quarter of 2016 alone saw the introduction of new and enhanced flash and hybrid storage systems from major vendors including IBM, EMC, HPE, and Violin Memory.
But not all flash storage is alike; and the pioneer in this market, Violin Memory, continues to evolve its products to be denser, higher performance, and more cost effective than competitors' offerings. Violin, which revolutionized the flash storage array several years ago with a patented design, has recently introduced product enhancements that make storage simpler, more resilient, and easier to manage.
In this analysis, Stratecast examines business needs that are driving today's storage solutions, particularly flash storage technologies. We also look at how Violin Memory's innovative technology addresses key enterprise storage challenges.
- Violin Memory
2. Business Needs are Driving Next-Gen Storage Solutions
3. The Hard Disk versus Flash Debate: All Over but the Shoutin'
4. Violin Memory: Unique Flash Technology, Plus Powerful Storage Platform
5. Stratecast - The Last Word
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