One thing is certain about data storage: your needs will grow over time. Expectations for video and image resolution increase. More kinds of files are necessary. There's more information to retain in databases. Your business needs an approach that will meet its present needs at a reasonable cost while keeping the growth path open. You want to be able to add to your existing storage systems, rather than throwing them out prematurely and replacing them. With the right choices, you can maintain a viable storage growth path.
Software storage management lets you virtualize your data volumes. Virtualization lets you add hardware as needed and allocate it as it's needed. You aren't confined to fixed-size volumes and partitions, and you can freely mix solid-state and disk drives. Volumes can be shared or dedicated. Expanding and reconfiguring storage systems is a straightforward task.
A software-based approach lets you avoid vendor lock-in. When you need to expand, you don't want your options to be restricted. When your storage system isn't restricted to proprietary hardware, you can add the drives that give the greatest capacity and performance for the best price. Genisys Group keeps up with the latest software-defined storage technology and will help you set up the system you need. Read more.
To get the best features of on-premises and cloud storage, you can choose a hybrid cloud. Its heart is in your own storage devices, but it can expand as necessary into the cloud. When policies, contracts, or performance issues require it, you can designate parts of your data as always on-premises.
Storage on your own servers provides the lowest latency and highest bandwidth. It's the ideal choice for applications that demand lightning-fast performance. Sometimes it's the only choice, when your business is required to keep data strictly in its own hands.
A hybrid cloud lets you keep these advantages while giving you room to expand. Data with less strict requirements can expand into the cloud without straining your on-premises capacity. You can deal with spikes in your storage requirements at a reasonable cost. Talk with us to explore the hybrid cloud options that will be best for your business.
Solid-state storage delivers the best performance, but spinning disk drives are still cost-conscious buyers' choice for high-capacity storage. As SSD prices continue to drop, they're likely to play a major role in your upgrade plans. You want to keep your options flexible, so that you can upgrade when the time is right and without sacrificing your previous investments. Genisys Group's storage engineers will help you to design storage facilities that will serve you well now and be easily upgradable as new options appear.
Genisys Group partners with leading vendors to give you a choice of the best storage systems available. When you work with us, you aren't confined to just one vendor's products. We will help you to select the hardware and software that gives you the best performance at the most reasonable cost, now and in the future.
Microsoft's cloud business expects significant growth in 2020, although the company has every chance of taking a significant market share from Amazon Web Services. These forecasts were made by analysts in a forecast published by Business Insider.
After January 14, 2020, patches and security updates will no longer be issued for the above mentioned operating systems, which can significantly increase the risks associated with the protection and reliability of corporate IT infrastructures. Microsoft will also cut non-security updates, free support options, and online technical content updates. To ensure stable and uninterrupted functioning of server platforms, the company recommends its customers to update the OS to the latest versions.
Insight Partners, a private investment company from the United States, will become the new owner of Veeam Software, a business specializing in the development of software solutions for data management automation, including data recovery, backup, and security. The deal will cost about $5 billion.
On December 30, VMware, a major innovator in enterprise software, announced the closure of acquisition of Pivotal Software, a leading cloud-native platform provider, for $ 2.7 Billion. It was originally announced in August 2019. Pivotal will become a part of the modern application platform, managed by VMware Executive Vice President Ray O'Farrell.