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Five Minute Briefing - Data Center
September 6, 2016

Five Minute Briefing - Data Center: September 6, 2016. Published in conjunction with SHARE Inc., a bi-weekly report geared to the needs of data center professionals.


News Flashes

SHARE recently wrapped up its summer conference in Atlanta. Following the event, Harry Williams, the user group's new president, shared his thoughts on the changes taking place and the goals he is setting for the organization.

Catalogic Software, a provider of software-defined copy data management, announced support for IBM FlashSystem A9000 and FlashSystem A9000R.

VMware and IBM have announced the availability of cloud services to expedite the movement of enterprise workloads to the cloud.

Luminex Software, Inc., a provider of mainframe virtual tape solutions, has introduced the latest release of its Mainframe Data Integration (MDI) platform. MDI enables tape data to be securely shared between mainframes and distributed systems applications, transformed and made available for offloading mainframe processing or general business operations across the enterprise.

SVA Software, a provider of storage performance management software, announced its company launch in North America along with a new partner program to capitalize on the demand for its BVQ storage optimization solutions, intended to simplify the management of virtualized data center operations.


News From SHARE

SHARE is seeking the best of the best to submit presentation proposals for the upcoming SHARE San Jose event. Translation: YOU can take part in this leading enterprise technology educational event as a speaker.


Think About It

"Cloud-first" policies for application decisions are now common, now in force at two in five enterprises. That's the finding of a recent report from a leading analyst firm, which also predicts that 60% of workloads will run in some type of public or private cloud within 2 years. That's not just new workloads, but all workloads.

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