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How the big five storage array makers tier data to the cloud

**Source: computerweekly.com

Sep 14, 2018 5:15 AM - 1 week, 3 day, 5 hour, 3 min ago

Excerpt: How the big five storage array makers tier data to the cloud We look at the big five storage array makers' efforts to connect on-premise hardware with cloud storage and find automated tiering, on-ramps, and backup and archive capability Share this item with your network: Follow: In recent articles we have looked at the extent of cloud storage products and services available. These have included the file, block and object storage available from the main cloud providers, and virtual storage ... Read More

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