NetApp All Flash Guarantee Explained

Already a leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Solid-State Arrays, NetApp all-flash systems are well known to be able to deliver optimal efficiency using state-of-the-art data reduction, including...

Next Generation Firewall Explained

What is A Next Generation Firewall? Next Generation Firewall Explained. A Next Generation Firewall serves the purpose of existing traditional firewalls and (as you might expect) also...

Next Generation Endpoint Protection Explained

Endpoint protection or endpoint security is a policy-based approach to network security that addresses risks presented by devices connecting to an enterprise network. As BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)...

Next Generation Firewall

What is A Next Generation Firewall? Next Generation Firewall Explained. A Next Generation Firewall serves the purpose of existing traditional firewalls and (as you might expect) also...

NoSQL Performance Explained

In this era of the ‘Third Platform’, modern applications now operate in myriad IT environments across social media, mobile computing, big data analytics, and cloud, which makes complex...

NVMe Explained

NVMe, or Non-Volatile Memory Express, is the standardised interface protocol that has been optimised for solid-state drives (SSDs). In the early days, SSDs used to leverage legacy SAS (Serial...

NVMe Over Fabrics Explained

In the modern data centre, SSDs are increasingly used by enterprises to deliver much better speeds and response times than spinning drives. NVMe is a standardised protocol which was developed to...

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