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A couple of months ago, we announced the broader HDS vision of Infrastructure, Content, and Information Cloud (see the post here and our press release). Today we announced the newest version of the Hitachi Data Ingestor (HDI) which will help organizations begin bridging between simple Infrastructure Clouds towards the Content Cloud.
Yesterday, HDS announced our roadmap for the information cloud to help customers transform data so it can be better used as a strategic asset with the goal of fostering more business insight and innovation. Miki Sandorfi, our Chief Strategy Officer for Cloud, also explained yesterday in his post how our 3-tier strategy builds—starting from infrastructure [...]
…and it is our sincere desire to Inspire Your Next Insight. The reveal of our infrastructure, content and information clouds exposes a framework to help our customers and the market get to that next “ah ha” moment.
Today HDS made an important announcement supporting our commitment to cloud, and it came in two parts.
There have been many articles, opinions and positions written about the big data phenomenon in the past year, and if you were not confused before, you may be trying to decipher its impact to your organization and your business. There is no doubt about what big data implies, and its affect in business and beyond [...]
In a July post on the Techno-Musings blog, we made the case for keeping content/data in its original, unaltered form. More specifically when an application stores data/content in a non-obfuscated mode, it is possible to unleash the true power of the content. This is a key tenet by which Hitachi lives and breathes-ensuring that application
I implied in my previous post that Hitachi was soon to release our own RBS provider. Today I’m pleased to announce that our first version of RBS is available with a healthy roadmap and many rock solid capabilities in the initial release.
I cannot resist starting out the post this way; the title of this post is how one would open a file stored in a Remote BLOB Store (RBS), a part of MS-SQL 2008 and later, stored on a Mac — that is if we assume that the file is a *.txt file. Said BLOB/file could [...]
A Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA), according to Mike Cannavo of Image Management Consultants, is defined as a standards-based archive that works independent of the Picture Archiving and Communications System (PACS) provider storing all data in non-proprietary, interchange formats. A VNA also provides context management so that information can be transferred seamlessly between disparate PACS. A [...]
Our page size for both Hitachi Dynamic Provisioning (HDP) and Hitachi Dynamic Tiering (HDT) is 42MB, and what other size could it or would it be as 42 is The Answer to The Question.