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How to Start Your Journey to OpenStack Deployment

How to Start Your Journey to OpenStack Deployment

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For enterprise users, the journey to OpenStack deployment is fueled by the business opportunity of what lies ahead. IT systems were previously misunderstood as a crutch of sorts — something that plays a backseat role to the overlying business activities. However, with today’s emphasis on the cloud and particularly the opportunity with OpenStack, IT’s role has shifted into a driver of business outcomes — largely due to its ability to expedite business processes with an efficient foundation…

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Don't buy another data dedupe appliance

Do Yourself a Favor and Don’t Buy Another Data Dedupe Appliance

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Ever since data dedupe appliances hit the data storage market, they have become a regular fixture in any enterprise backup solution. Filling the gap between spinning disks and the virtual tape library, these appliances provide not only a better access to backup data, but also drive cost savings by efficiently storing only the unique data from backup images. In general, data dedupe engines can remove duplicate data anywhere in the dataset, and are particularly effective…

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Don’t Bother with Anything but Cloud Native Backup Solutions for OpenStack

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If you’re using any sort of cloud infrastructure, it’s absolutely imperative that you employ cloud native backup to help support and extend your cloud. I know, I know–you’ve already got dozens of vendors set up with seemingly compelling Band-Aids for your latest crop of problems, but I promise you: you don’t want the Band-Aid. Here’s why. You’d like to think your cloud is considered safe, but data loss happens. It happens a lot: hardware malfunctioned during a firmware…

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The Cloud Computing Trends We See for OpenStack in 2018

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With each new roundup of cloud computing trends, it’s become increasingly clear that 2018 will be THE year of OpenStack. Why? Well, the OpenStack community has strengthened, the complexities of adopting the platform have been reduced, and more enterprises are attracted by the flexibility, cost savings, and customization capabilities. Organizations that are coping with cost containment and swelling customer demands are actively evaluating new cloud computing trends and strategies that will help them stay competitive. Cloud-based…

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Why OpenStack is booming

Why OpenStack is Taking Off in the Enterprise

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Companies investigating whether to make a shift to private cloud often wonder why OpenStack is increasingly mentioned as a strong alternative to remote-only options like Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Engine, and Microsoft Azure – and whether it’s matured enough to be a viable option as an enterprise cloud. While there are many hurdles for companies making “the switch,” OpenStack has grown and matured in the past eight years to offer a solid, customizable, and risk-reducing platform…

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openstack summit sydney

Reflections from OpenStack Summit Sydney

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The Trilio team just returned from the OpenStack Summit in Sydney, the industry’s biggest conference. This was the third and the best Summit I’ve attended. There were more than 2,000 attendees, with 500 companies and 50 countries represented. While turnout was slightly smaller than previous Summits, the quality of conversations and engagement with attendees was high. Nearly half of the attendees were there for the first time, which underscores the ever-growing interest in OpenStack, and…

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From Founding to Funding: Perspectives from Murali Balcha, Founder and CTO of Trilio

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As the founder of Trilio, our company’s recent Series A funding announcement was one that brought great joy, and was the culmination of years of hard work and determination. The idea for the company came to me after working in enterprise software for over twenty years. My background is in storage, virtualization, and cloud computing, so I’ve seen inflection points in client/server computing, storage area networks, server virtualization, and cloud computing. Every sea change makes…

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