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Why you should consider the business value of HP StoreEver Tape Storage

By Simon Watkins, Worldwide Tape Product Marketing Manager, HP Storage

 

 So why does tape remain so popular for data protection in general and archive in particular? The answer lies in the on-going business value of the technology. Tape has made great technological strides over the last decade – from a performance, capacity, reliability and usability perspective. But while feeds and speeds are important, the executive boards of most companies care more about how technology can lower costs, reduce risk and improve productivity in their organisation. It is in this business context that tape continues to be viewed as important and relevant. Here’s what I mean.

 

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Combine flash and tape and what do you get? FLAPE

By Mark Fleischhauer, HP StoreEver Tape Storage Solutions Engineering Manager

 

DessertJ.jpgNo, it’s not a French dessert. It’s a new emerging storage architecture for long-term data retention that combines FLash drives and tAPE = FLAPE. Using flash, you get instant access to data that was most recently accessed or to metadata to help you quickly search your vast amounts of data that has been archived. With tape as a back-end storage platform, you have a cost-effective storage solution that blends flash performance benefits with tape economics. Let’s take a look at how HP can help you build your very own FLAPE solution.

 

 

 

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Demystifying the Linear Tape File System (LTFS)

By Mark Fleischhauer, Tape Storage Solutions Engineering Manager

 

Since the introduction of the Linear Tape File System (LTFS), a number of articles, white paper and tech briefs have been written about it and its impact on tape. In this blog, I’m going to offer some context around what the excitement is all about and discuss how LTFS is being used and deployed. 

 

Relax this summer with modernized backup and recovery to enhance your data protection ecosystem

By Srikanth Venkataseshu, Worldwide Solutions Marketing Manager, BURA, HP Storage

 

Summer.jpgIt’s summertime! And who doesn’t want to enjoy backyard barbecues, watch soccer World Cup, and spend more time with friends and family? How does it feel to be called back to work on a Sunday afternoon to fix a broken backup job or a failed recovery? Not so great, right? Today, I want to call your attention to a number of advancements with our Backup and Recovery Solutions that will further modernize your backup infrastructure – so you can have peace of mind knowing your data is completely protected and get back to enjoying summer with your loved ones.

Go big, go mobile: HP StoreEver LTO Tape Storage for your HP ZBook Mobile Workstation

By Mark Fleischhauer, Tape Storage Solutions Engineering Manager

 


Tape_EnvironmentJ.jpgAlways on the go? (Who isn’t?) That makes HP ZBook Mobile Workstations the powerful workhorse you need, especially if you work in fast-paced digital media environments. The HP ZBook provides support for cutting-edge 3D graphics and processing power to address the growing demands of users like video editors and CAD artists.The projects these users create are growing in size with richer colors, higher resolutions and greater complexity. Now, with the addition of the Thunderbolt port to the HP ZBook Mobile Workstations, you can easily share and protect these projects with a reliable, cost-effective HP StoreEver LTO tape drive using the Thunderlink Desklink Device from ATTO Technology for SAS-to-Thunderbolt connectivity. 

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