Storage revenues at IBM end a 22-quarter decline, after rising by seven per cent
Panel at recent event suggests that setting a storage strategy is like sending a probe to Mars. 'You send the probe in the general direction of Mars, and then adjust its course as it gets close'
SDS promises to ease the transition to hybrid cloud, so why is it so slow to take off?
Hardware vendors are too precious with their IP, says Mick Bradley
Software-defined storage platform gets a refresh
...but this is in stark contrast to Computing's own data centre research findings
Jim Zemlin, executive director of the Linux Foundation, also says the future is basically a software-defined data centre, and concludes by saying open source developers are 'like poets'
One fifth of firms to focus on software-defined solutions or converged infrastructure in the next two years
Computing's latest research reveals that software-defined will go from being mentioned in meetings to playing a part in data centre strategies