Move to SAN storage boosts Offis cloud's IOPS, slashes latency, and provides quicker DR and a real-time compression rate of 40 to 50 percent.
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Microsoft today announced the general availability of its IaaS offering and offered to price match AWS for storage, compute and network bandwidth in the cloud.
Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS)—including storage and cloud compute services—remain the fastest growing segment of the market, according to the research firm, but high-growth emerging markets are where the money is.
The free upgrade means companies can set up policies to automatically migrate data from the high-cost easily accessible S3 service into the low-cost long-term Glacier storage according to their own policies.
On Friday, Dimension Data (DiData) released its public cloud product in Australia, unveiling it alongside a number of other offerings, including a managed private cloud service.
Both companies are becoming better placed to challenge the more established cloud firms...
A new UK-based infrastructure-as-a-service platform promises to alleviate worries about online services sending data overseas
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