EMC ViPR Strikes Again with New Support for Flash and Data Protection

The EMC ViPR team believes that making a great software-defined storage solution even better requires never standing still.  That’s why today we’re announcing updates to EMC ViPR Controller and EMC ViPR SRM.  New enhancements include support  for flash and hybrid flash arrays, including EMC XtremIO and EMC VMAX3 environments, and … READ MORE

Sam Grocott January 13th, 2015

The Big Reveal: Reinforcing the Scale-Out Data Lake

IT today is running faster than ever before, tasked with an incredibly difficult mission—maximize efficiency by redefining how technology supports the business. The world is moving to a hybrid (private and public) cloud environment, necessitating a whole new approach to IT. So how do we make that happen? EMC is … READ MORE

Sam Grocott July 8th, 2014

The Wait is Over! Isilon OneFS 7.1 Now Generally Available

Building on the core strengths of OneFS 7.0 — simplicity, massive scalability, predictable performance and unmatched efficiency — I am excited to announce OneFS 7.1, previously known as project “Waikiki,” is generally available. As I previewed in May, OneFS 7.1 is designed for organizations not only trying to maintain a … READ MORE

Sam Grocott October 30th, 2013

EMC Isilon Hadoop Starter Kit Unveiled at VMworld

VMworld kicked off yesterday in San Francisco and as usual, there is a lot of energy floating around at the conference.  EMC added to that energy by unveiling an exciting new Hadoop Starter Kit. The idea behind the kit is to simplify all Hadoop distribution deployment by reducing the time and cost … READ MORE

Sam Grocott August 27th, 2013

EMC World 2013, Day 3 Recap

Today, EMC Isilon president Bill Richter took to the EMC World stage and gave his keynote speech on Isilon: Scale-out NAS Innovation Today, Business Innovation Tomorrow.  As I mentioned in yesterday’s blog, the keynote included a customer panel with Rackspace, Bosch, and MLB, as well as a conversation with Isilon’s … READ MORE

Sam Grocott May 8th, 2013
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