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5 POFs to Avoid in Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery Architecture

The aim of disaster recovery is for an organization to create a replica of its primary data, to which you can failover and continue operation during a... Read More

The Storage Administrator Role Is Evolving: Meet the Cloud Administrator

What do you think a CIO’s expectations of a storage administrator in the cloud paradigm include? Read More

Find and Optimize Your AWS Storage Costs for AWS EBS and More

One of the major reasons organizations migrate to the AWS cloud is to gain the elasticity that can grow and shrink on demand, allowing them to pay onl... Read More

The DevOps Benefits of Using Cloud Volumes ONTAP (formerly ONTAP Cloud)

As a massive organization with terabytes, or even petabytes, of data adopting DevOps in the cloud, you want to take advantage of flexible, durable, ex... Read More

How to Protect a Database in the Cloud: 7 Key Practices

Adapting to a cloud-centric infrastructure brings lots of benefits in terms of cost savings, quick setup and time savings, but there are new challenge... Read More

How to Secure AWS S3 Configurations

Securing public cloud infrastructure is now a top priority for every organization that leverages cloud services to host their application or data. Read More

Comparing AWS SLAs: EBS vs S3 vs Glacier vs All the Rest

Cloud storage is one of the main pillars of cloud computing. Read More

How to Create High Availability Systems in AWS to Reach RPO 0

Mission-critical systems require “five nines” of uptime, with strong guarantees on the durability of data storage. Read More

The Importance of Defining Your Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery Strategy

Backup and disaster recovery solutions differ depending on the vendor, but all of them use similar logic and share a common goal: To provide companies... Read More

Handling Storage Cost and Cloud Sprawl

Sprawl in the IT world isn’t new: We know it well from physical servers in data centers, as well as VMs in virtualized environments. Read More

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