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WD unveiled new storageware that ostensibly enables ultra-high capacity hard disk drives (HDDs) to meet the future high-scale demands of big data.
NEWS ANALYSIS: In opening keynote at Oracle OpenWorld, Larry Ellison says both the Autonomous Database Cloud and a new security system use machine learning for automation to eliminate human labor, human error and manual tuning.
DBMS enables a new generation of smart, predictive applications designed to integrate fast data streaming, transactional workloads, analytics and machine learning.
In this new world of mix-and-match everything inside data centers and across supply chains, the concept of coexistence within different layers of data management is a welcome one for IT managers.
The Palo Alto, Calif.-based company was busy this week releasing a flotilla of new infrastructure items aimed at cost-conscious small and midrange customers.
This is a database analytics engine that goes to where the data resides, rather than the conventional other way around. DBAs will love this.
DAILY VIDEO: Toshiba will sell its flash memory unit to Bain Capital and SK Hynix; the CCleaner attack shows the need to bolster software development security; Microsoft embeds Hexadite's AI tech into Windows Defender ATP; and there's more.
Cisco spiffs up control with new cloud-based Intersight dashboard, putting systems management as-a-service on the map.
Spaces is designed for hosting web assets, acting as the origin for content delivery networks and storing user-generated content, such as images and large media files.
QF2 is new-generation file storage system that creates a single file domain spanning both the data center and the cloud.
The Japan-based conglomerate is forced to unload the thriving business unit to fill a major hole in its finances caused by the bankruptcy of its U.S. nuclear unit, Westinghouse.
Venerable storage provider also modernizes NetBackup for multi-cloud, virtual, physical and modern big data workloads.