May 7, 2018


Recently we discussed how Vicinity creates a data fabric to enable data to move between storage systems, locations, and clouds. In this blog, we’ll offer more specifics on how Vicinity controls the placement of data and uses multiple sites and

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April 16, 2018


Kubernetes can be a helpful tool for automating the use of containers – especially if you are doing rapid development – but the storage behind it can be unreliable at best. How do you mitigate the risks of stateless container

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April 2, 2018


Nearly 50 years ago, a trade association claimed that cotton was “the fabric of our lives”. But there’s a new fabric that is poised to become even more critical to our everyday lives – the data fabric. Data fabrics weave

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March 26, 2018


In a previous blog we delved into how Vicinity scales capacity and performance. There is one other aspect to performance that is often overlooked, and it’s related to data protection policies: replication and erasure coding. The way Vicinity handles replication

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March 19, 2018


ioFABRIC Vicinity users know that they configure performance, capacity, protection and cost objectives for applications which drives automation across the storage infrastructure – an order of magnitude simpler and faster than individually configuring performance media and capacity on each storage

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