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Published By: EMC Corporation     Published Date: Dec 01, 2014
Meeting the storage requirements of a large enterprise can be an overwhelming task. Organizations spend a great deal of time keeping up with the dynamic storage needs of all the various groups they support. EMC ViPR's software-defined storage solution provides a streamlined, uniform storage-provisional interface that integrates your existing storage resources into a single virtualized platform. By automating routine yet complicated tasks, ViPR saves time and administrative effort and reduces the risk of human error.
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software-defined storage, storage resources, single virtualized platform, data center
    
EMC Corporation
Published By: Internap     Published Date: Dec 02, 2014
NoSQL databases are now commonly used to provide a scalable system to store, retrieve and analyze large amounts of data. Most NoSQL databases are designed to automatically partition data and workloads across multiple servers to enable easier, more cost-effective expansion of data stores than the single server/scale up approach of traditional relational databases. Public cloud infrastructure should provide an effective host platform for NoSQL databases given its horizontal scalability, on-demand capacity, configuration flexibility and metered billing; however, the performance of virtualized public cloud services can suffer relative to bare-metal offerings in I/O intensive use cases. Benchmark tests comparing latency and throughput of operating a high-performance in-memory (flash-optimized), key value store NoSQL database on popular virtualized public cloud services and an automated bare-metal platform show performance advantages of bare-metal over virtualized public cloud, further quant
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internap, performance analysis, benchmarking, nosql, bare-metal, public cloud, infrastructure, on demand capacity
    
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