A summary of all things EMC at SNS

This page will help you to keep up to date with all the latest news from EMC – it is regularly updated and includes all of our key EMC related Blog Posts, Videos and Seminar details.

About EMC
EMC brings to market a portfolio of storage products that is un-matched within the industry, from All-Flash arrays to Software-Defined Storage, EMC has a leading offering to address any requirement. Traditionally known for their high-end solutions many of their enterprise-class technologies are now within the reach of most mid-market organisations.

Recent Blog Posts

Hyper-Converged Infrastructure

  1. EVO:RAIL is dead long live VxRail

Cloud

  1. Move inactive data to the cloud with EMC CloudArray
  2. Protect SaaS applications from data loss with EMC Spanning

Storage Platforms

  1. An introduction to EMC Unity – new mid-range unified storage platform
  2. An introduction to EMC ScaleIO
  3. What are the pros and cons of Software-Defined Storage?
  4. Introducing EMC’s all-flash array – XtremIO
  5. EMC unleashes the power of flash with next-generation VNX storage platforms
  6. EMC AppSync enables easy management of VNX snapshots

Business Continuity

  1. EMC RecoverPoint is now storage agnostic
  2. MirrorView customers now have a much better way to replicate VNX arrays
  3. VPLEX Metro now more affordable for VNX customers

Data Protection

  1. EMC Data Domain takes another significant leap forward
  2. EMC Data Domain backup and archive storage – now compelling for organisations of all sizes

Comparisons

  1. The Storage Array is dead, long live Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (or is it?)
  2. Comparing the new NetApp AFF8000 series with EMC XtremIO 4.0
  3. Comparing NetApp MetroCluster with EMC VPLEX Metro Continuous Availability solutions
  4. Comparing VMware Virtual SAN with EMC ScaleIO and conventional storage arrays

Videos

Free Seminars

  1. Free Seminars
Mark Burgess has worked in IT since 1984, starting as a programmer on DEC VAX systems, then moving into PC software development using Clipper and FoxPro. From here he moved into network administration using Novell NetWare, which kicked-off his interest in storage. In 1999 he co-founded SNS, a consultancy firm initially focused on Novell technologies, but overtime Virtualisation and Storage. Mark writes a popular blog and is a frequent contributor to Twitter and other popular Virtualisation and Storage blog sites.
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About Mark Burgess

Mark Burgess has worked in IT since 1984, starting as a programmer on DEC VAX systems, then moving into PC software development using Clipper and FoxPro. From here he moved into network administration using Novell NetWare, which kicked-off his interest in storage. In 1999 he co-founded SNS, a consultancy firm initially focused on Novell technologies, but overtime Virtualisation and Storage. Mark writes a popular blog and is a frequent contributor to Twitter and other popular Virtualisation and Storage blog sites.

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