HP has announced new storage options for customers moving towards a software-defined data centre.
CA Technologies' Project Oolong - a plan to provide unified data protection across conventional disk backup right through to high availability failover for servers - has become a reality with the arrival of CA arcserve Unified Data Protection.
Tintri's VMstore flash-based storage for virtualised and cloud environments will soon support Microsoft's Hyper-V.
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