What are the main differences between appliance-based and software-only HCI solutions?

In the last couple of years, hyperconvergence has made great inroads into the data center, replacing traditional storage arrays and SANs as well as running mission critical workloads. Today, hyperconverged solutions are predominantly being procured and deployed in two forms: • Hyperconverged... Read More »

Blog-IMG-A Blog 4

Looking Forward: The Hyper-Converged and SDS Future is Bright

Is the current flurry of the software-defined data center (SDDC) just hype?  Or are enterprises and businesses across the globe really adopting this new approach?  No one needs to question the prevalence of software-defined computing—because almost all analysts agree that over 50%... Read More »

Blog IMG 1-L

Software-defined Data Centers: The future is now

For years, the basic design of data centers has remained in three distinct pillars. Servers have been running applications, storage arrays have been storing and protecting data, and networks have been providing communications both inside and outside the firewall.  However, the vast... Read More »

Freedomofchoice

Freedom of Choice

The blog from our CEO on “The Dirty Little Secret of Hyper-convergence” discusses choice and flexibility being the main benefits of hyper-convergence. In this blog I would like to elaborate on them. Maxta’s approach of providing “Choice,” leveraging your existing servers is... Read More »

The Real Skinny About Snapshots and Clones

Snapshots (read-only point in time copies) and clones (writable point in time copies) are table stakes features for enterprise storage for many years. Many of the storage solutions out in the market implement snapshots and clones, but not all snapshot and clone... Read More »

WordPress Video Lightbox