Archive for the 'HDS Day' Category
As long as I have been in storage, the dream has been to have a common operating system for midrange and enterprise storage. This would help to reduce development costs and cycles for vendors, while simplifying management, and providing the right price point without sacrificing functionality for end users. However, since midrange storage is targeted [...]
Today, Hitachi Data Systems is announcing major enhancements to our Hitachi Content platform that raises the bar for object storage. The graphic below shows the breadth and scope of the Hitachi Content Platform with the new enhancements that are highlighted in red.
SAP HANA provides real time business insights that accelerate business success. It depends on a responsive IT architecture that can quickly react to changing business demands with enterprise availability and performance. Hitachi Data Systems partners with SAP to provide that architecture through Business-Defined IT with the certification of the new VSP G1000 enterprise storage system [...]
Last week Hitachi Data Systems held their first blogger day, which was attended by 10 bloggers who cover the IT space. It was an eclectic mix. Besides expert industry consultants like Chris Evans, Elias Knaser, Paul Miller, and Nigel Poulton; this group included a CTO, Devang Panchigar, an end user IT Infrastructure Manager, Rick Vanover; [...]
I was in Bangkok last week to visit Kuhn Taveesak Saenthong and his team for the Hitachi Data Systems Thailand User Conference. There were over 400 people in attendance with around 300 signed up for the Enterprise track. The hot topics were storage virtualization, Services Oriented Storage, and Active Archive.