August 2015 Blog Posts (14)

Beat Your Business’ IT Blues By Deploying A Dedicated Server

Is your website application facing regular server downtime or low site-speed or unhappy customers or high churn rates?

Then, it’s time you realize that you need to change something! And, all of these are symptoms highlight one root cause and that is, the choice of your web server.

Most of the upcoming start-ups which are bootstrapped in terms of funding make a choice of opting for shared servers at the inception of their operations. But do you know the problem they face when…

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Added by Radhe Dhakad on August 26, 2015 at 13:12 — No Comments

Non Volatile Memory (NVM), NVMe, Flash Memory Summit and SSD updates

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Non Volatile Memory (NVM), NVMe, Flash Memory Summit and SSD updates

I attended the Flash Memory Summit in Santa Clara CA last week and not surprisingly there were many announcements about Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) along with related enabling technologies. Some of these announcements were component based intended for original equipment manufactures (OEMs) ranging from startup to…

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Added by Greg Schulz on August 19, 2015 at 6:54 — No Comments

Some August 2015 Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure Cloud Updates

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Some August 2015 Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure Cloud Updates

Cloud Services Providers continue to extend their feature, function and capabilities and the following are two examples. Being a customer of both Amazon Web Services (AWS) as well as Microsoft Azure (among others), I receive monthly news updates about…

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Added by Greg Schulz on August 19, 2015 at 6:46 — No Comments

Supermicro CSE-M14TQC Use your media bay to add 12 Gbps SAS SSD drives to your server

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Supermicro CSE-M14TQC Use your media bay to add 12 Gbps SAS SSD drives to your server

Do you have a computer server, workstation or mini-tower PC that needs to have more 2.5" form factor hard disk drive (HDD), solid state device (SSD) or hybrid flash drives added yet no expansion space?

Do you also want or need the HDD or…

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Added by Greg Schulz on August 19, 2015 at 6:40 — No Comments

Breaking the VMware ESXi 5.5 ACPI boot loop on Lenovo TD350

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Breaking the VMware ESXi 5.5 ACPI boot loop on Lenovo TD350

Do you have a Lenovo TD350 or for that many other servers that when trying to load or run VMware vSphere ESXi 5.5 u2 (or other versions) and run into the boot loop at the…

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Added by Greg Schulz on August 19, 2015 at 6:32 — No Comments

Intel and Micron unveil new 3D XPoint Non Volatie Memory (NVM) for servers and storage

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Intel and Micron unveil new 3D XPoint Non Volatile Memory (NVM) for servers and storage

Intel Micron announce new 3D XPoint NVM memory

This is the first of a three-part series on the recent Intel and Micron 3D XPoint server storage memory announcement. Read…

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Added by Greg Schulz on August 19, 2015 at 6:23 — No Comments

EMCworld 2015 How Do You Want Your Storage Wrapped?

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EMCworld 2015 How Do You Want Your Storage Wrapped?

Back in early May I was invited by EMC to attend EMCworld 2015 which included both the public sessions, as well as several NDA based discussions. Keep in mind that there is the known, there is the unknown (or assumed or speculated) and in between there are NDA's, nuff said on that. EMC covered my hotel and registration costs to attend the event in Las Vegas (thanks EMC, that's a disclosure btw ;)…

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Added by Greg Schulz on August 19, 2015 at 6:16 — No Comments

VMware vCloud Air Server StorageIOlab Test Drive with videos

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VMware vCloud Air Server StorageIOlab Test Drive with videos

Recently I was invited by…

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Added by Greg Schulz on August 19, 2015 at 6:07 — No Comments

Modernizing Data Protection = Using new and old things in new ways

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Modernizing Data Protection = Using new and old things in new ways

This is part of an ongoing series of posts that part of www.dataprotectiondiaries.com on data protection including archiving, backup/restore, business continuance (BC), business resiliency (BC), data footprint reduction (DFR), disaster recovery (DR), High Availability (HA) along with related themes, tools, technologies,…

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Added by Greg Schulz on August 19, 2015 at 5:59 — No Comments

Data Protection Diaries: Are your restores ready for World Backup Day 2015?

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Data Protection Diaries: Are your restores ready for World Backup Day 2015?

This is part of an ongoing data protection diaries series of post about, well, data protection and what I'm doing pertaining to World Backup Day 2015.

In case you forgot or did not know, World Backup Day is March 31 2015 (…

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Added by Greg Schulz on August 19, 2015 at 5:51 — No Comments

S3motion Buckets Containers Objects AWS S3 Cloud and EMCcode

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S3motion Buckets Containers Objects AWS S3 Cloud and EMCcode

It's springtime in Kentucky and recently I had the opportunity to have a conversation with Kendrick Coleman to talk about S3motion, Buckets, Containers, Objects, AWS S3, Cloud and Object Storage, node.js, EMCcode and open source among other related topics which are available in a podcast here, or video here and available at…

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Added by Greg Schulz on August 19, 2015 at 5:45 — No Comments

Cloud Conversations: AWS EFS Elastic File System (Cloud NAS) First Preview Look

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Cloud Conversations: AWS EFS Elastic File System (Cloud NAS) First Preview Look

Amazon Web Services (AWS) recently announced (preview) new Elastic File System (…

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Added by Greg Schulz on August 19, 2015 at 5:38 — No Comments

How Dedicated Server Hosting Stands Ahead From Virtual Private Server

Dedicated Server Hosting is the type which lets you have the complete server for your own use. The whole server is dedicated to meet your requirements.

 

Most websites begin their journey into existence with shared hosting. Shared Hosting is good for websites with a limited need of resources. It is for sites with manageable site traffic and no heavy applications to run.

 

We live in an era where…

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Added by Radhe Dhakad on August 10, 2015 at 12:57 — No Comments

Virtual Private Server: Understanding the Key Concepts

VPS hosting is one the different types of hosting accounts you can select for hosting a website. More and more businesses are taking to web hosting for reducing business downtime and enhancing flexibility within business communication. Purchasing hosting solutions allows a business owner to rent space on a server. Depending on your requirements, there are several options available for you to choose from. You can opt for shared server hosting, virtual private server hosting and dedicated…

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Added by Go4hosting on August 5, 2015 at 11:00 — No Comments

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