NetApp continues its reinvention into a cloud services portfolio company, which is still very much a work-in-progress.
Infrascale provides a feature-rich set of products for SMB data protection and recovery needs.
CTERA’s global filesystem is designed for secure, distributed data sharing in a multi- and hybrid-cloud world.
Fujifilm has a new (-ish) product called Fujifilm Object Archive that they showed off to use at Storage Field Day 22. It’s basically AWS Glacier but for inside your datacentre.
Meta/Facebook has built a new AI Research Supercomputer using Pure Storage so is it time to ditch custom storage architectures?
VAST data uses containers in its storage arrays, but not the way most developers are thinking about stateful containers.
Portworx Data Services promises a t-shirt size picklist of databases as a service. But will customers use it properly?
Pure Storage and Cohesity have announced a jointly-engineered offering called FlashRecover, Powered by Cohesity that pairs Pure’s FlashBlade arrays with Cohesity software to provide a rapid recovery option for customers.
The Pure Storage FlashArray//C extends Pure Storage’s reach down-market and threatens hybrid arrays.