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Why SDN all-stars are heading to Brocade
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8 Questions to Ask While Considering VDI Storage Solutions
Does it offer the best user experience? How flexible is the deployment model? Will it support future requirements? Does it reduce other costs? See how you can ensure success with VDI. Learn More
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Attributes of SAN Storage Required for Critical Workloads
This IDC white paper reviews the key SAN storage features required to meet such challenges and the NetApp SAN storage portfolio offerings that best address your needs. View Now>>
Will enhanced servers do away with need for switches?
WHITE PAPER: Zero Turnaround
What Developers Want: The End of Application Redeploys
Eliminate application restarts in Java with JRebel! JRebel is a JVM plugin that eliminates application redeploys from the Java development cycle, a process that takes over 10 minutes of coding time away from developers each working hour. Learn More
Samsung jumps into external SSD market
WHITE PAPER: NetApp
Benefits of Flash for Database Workloads
IT leaders are required to deliver improved performance and increase efficiencies while maintaining an enterprise-class infrastructure for their customer's database environments. View now>>
Linksys Unveils a Storage Companion for its WRT-Series Routers, and a Passel of Other Devices at CES 2015
2015 IT Data Center Infrastructure Convergence Predictions
'What do I do if my Internet pipes freeze?'
The best and most noteworthy products and technologies found at CES 2015.
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