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Considering Hyper-convergence: What features do you need in your solution?

There’s little doubt that people are looking for hyper-converged solutions based on recent market data.  However, what are the key features they are looking for and what benefits do they hope to achieve? Knowing what others are looking for can help guide... Read More »

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Putting the Software in Hyper-converged Storage

The software-defined revolution is well underway in every cutting-edge data center today.  However, this migration towards “software-defined” is no longer confined to large, public cloud providers who had really pioneered it.  Today—companies of all sizes are exploring and implementing the software-defined data... Read More »

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The Hardware of Hyper-convergence: What’s really needed for success?

It’s not a secret: software-defined storage (SDS) platforms are disrupting traditional storage architectures. Companies of all sizes are moving towards the hyper-converged compute/storage architecture favored by large public cloud providers. In such hyper-converged scale out models, the hardware building blocks are rack-mounted,... Read More »

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Disaster Recovery in a Box

Business Continuity (BC) and Disaster Recovery (DR) planning is a fundamental part of IT deployment and management. Businesses and services must ensure that they can operate even after disasters such as natural calamities, software corruption, crucial server failure, or human error. Failing to... Read More »

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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 »

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All the benefits and none of the headaches of acquiring software-centric hyper-converged solutions

During VMworld 2015 Maxta announced an expansion to its MaxDeploy program and today I’m happy to announce the launch of a very cool MaxDeploy™ Web Portal for partners who want to order Maxta software pre-loaded on Dell Servers. We have created the MaxDeploy program... Read More »

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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 »

Taking Hyper-Convergence Mainstream with Metrocluster Support for Continuous Availability Across Data Centers

In a world where everyone tries to spin being first, I wanted to elaborate on innovation that Maxta announced on September 9 2014. In addition to being the first and so far only, hyper-converged solution to run on the newest Intel Xeon... 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 »

‘Maxtamize’ VM Storage by Thinking Outside the Storage Box

Today we proudly unveiled the Maxta Storage Platform (MxSP), a major revolution in enterprise storage for virtualized environments that significantly simplifies IT and slashes storage costs while still providing all the enterprise-class features and reliability that customers expect from enterprise. Our approach... Read More »

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