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Microsoft Releases Money-Saving Azure Reserved Virtual Machine Instances

With some advanced planning, the new pricing option can help Microsoft's corporate cloud users save some money compared to on-demand services.

Liqid Will Release Rack-Scale Composable Infrastructure in Early 2018

Bare-metal composability for adaptive supercomputing soon will have a new infrastructure for the age of artificial intelligence.

Startup Aparavi Aims to Solve Long-Term Data Retention Issues

Newcomer has built a new SaaS platform from scratch to enable organizations of all sizes to protect data either stored or aggregated on multiple clouds and on premises.

Actiance, Smarsh Merge to Create Global Compliance, Archiving Forces

Combination provides range of services for global customers, enables coverage of 100 communications channels while meeting regulatory obligations.

Morpheus Data Brings Predictive Analytics to Cloud Management

Updated toolset deploys machine learning, container orchestration and DevOps integrations to reduce costs and speed app deployments.

Datos IO Updates Cloud Data Management with RecoverX 2.5

RecoverX v2.5 comes with advanced recovery options, delivers enterprise-grade security capabilities and delivers backup and recovery for geo-distributed cloud deployments.

Storage Networking Group Reveals 2018 Board of Directors

Micron Technology and Toshiba newly elected to the international board; Huawei joins Technical Council.

Infinidat Now Using Machine Learning to Optimize Storage Performance

InfiniBox takes a software-optimized approach, using machine-learning algorithms to extract high performance and reliability out of low-cost hardware.

IT Science Case Study: How Monash University Moved to OpenStack

Australia's Monash University needed to switch its legacy data center over to using Linux for a networking operating system. The company explains the process in this exclusive case study.

How AMD Wants to Provide ‘Supercomputing for All’

AMD and some of its partners announced the availability of a suite of new, high-performance systems powered by high-end CPUs and GPUs to accelerate the use of supercomputing in smaller data centers.

Micron Unveils New Persistent Memory with 32GB NVDIMM

The new data-processing module is designed to give system designers and original equipment manufacturers a whole new capability to work with larger data sets in fast, persistent memory.

Talend Acquires API Design, Testing Provider Restlet

Acquisition of France-based company is designed to streamline how companies share, govern and monetize data in addition to finding other income opportunities.

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