StorageReview Podcast #41: Simon Taylor, HYCU

On this week’s podcast Brian talks with Simon Taylor, CEO of HYCU. HYCU is a backup and recovery provider who started out not long ago as a dedicated backup application for Nutanix HCI systems. Simon talks through the origins of HYCU and what they’re doing today to enable newly supported Azure cloud backup. For those [...]


Cisco Kubeflow Starter Pack Announced

Earlier this month the Kubeflow community introduced Kubeflow 1.0 up from its stable and beta release of 0.7. Being one of the top contributors to Kubeflow, Cisco announced the release of Cisco Kubeflow Starter Pack. The company claims this pack will make operationalizing machine learning for large scale deployments easier. Earlier this month the Kubeflow [...]


Dell 27 USB-C P2720DC Monitor Review

The Dell 27 USB-C P2720DC monitor is designed to increase digital workspace and reduce cable clutter, the latter which is done by its use of a single USB Type-C connection that both supplies power to compatible computers and receives the video signal. As the product name implies, the P2720DC features a 27-inch display with a [...]


Canonical Managed Apps Announced

Today Canonical, the Ubuntu people, made a fairly large announcement with its Managed Apps. The Managed Apps will allow enterprises to have their apps deployed and operated by Canonical as a fully managed service. The company stated that it will cover ten widely used cloud-native database and LMA (logging, monitoring and alerting) apps at launch [...]


Datadobi DobiMigrate 5.8 Unveiled

Today Datadobi unveiled the latest version its migration software, Datadobi DobiMigrate 5.8. DobiMigrate 5.8 is said to enhance integrity reporting of migrations. It does this through enhanced chain of custody that, by default, proves every document, file, or electronic object is an exact copy of its counterpart on the source system at the time of [...]


News Bits: StorONE, Cohesity, Samsung, FalconStor, Quantum, Microsoft, AMD, AWS, & Dynatrace

This week’s News Bits we look at a number of small announcements, small in terms of the content, not the impact they have. StorONE partners with SQream. Cohesity mobile app detects ransomware. Samsung mass produces eUFS 3.1. FalconStor launches StorSafe. Quantum completes acquisition of ActiveScale. Microsoft Azure NVv4 Virtual Machines hit general availability. AWS adds PyTorch support. Dynatrace [...]


Supermicro SAP HANA Solutions For VMware HCI Announced

Super Micro Computer, Inc. announced new solutions that are SAP HANA-certified for VMware hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI). Being certified for SAP HANA and VMware are one big benefit, the Supermicro servers are powered by second generation Intel Xeon Scalable CPUS and support Intel Optane persistent memory. This added performance is ideal for those that wish to [...]


StorageReview Podcast #40: Dakota Calvert, SanDisk

In the podcast this week Brian interviews Dakota Calvert from SanDisk. The guys discuss what it means for SanDisk to be reliable for content creators, and emerging tech to support creators, like memory cards capable of 1700MB/s reads. Additionally the team covers off on all things Corona, including events being pushed back, Dell Tech World [...]


Veeam v10 Enhanced Instant VM Recovery

In a previous article, we overviewed one of the most significant enhancements of the new Veeam version 10 Backup & Replication software, Enhanced NAS Backup. Looking forward to doing a comprehensive review of the enhanced features of this new version, this time, we take a close look at the Instant VM Recovery feature. Veeam Instant [...]


BOXX FLEXX Data Center Platform Announced

Today at GTC, BOXX Technologies announced its new BOXX FLEXX data center platform. Billed as NVIDIA-powered, the new platform houses several NVIDIA RTX GPUs. On top of that, the platform houses several CPUs and supports NVIDIA GPU virtualization software for remote workstations.  BOXX is making a few other product announcements at GTC as well. Today [...]