Storage News Ticker – February 18 – Blocks and Files


Boston-based start-up ChaosSearch said it has more than doubled its workforce in 2021 and is expanding into Europe. ChaosSearch aims to make it easier for businesses to store, access, and analyze large amounts of data by eliminating upfront preparation and turning cloud storage into an analytics lake. The company, led by CEO Ed Walsh, plans to expand its platform’s capabilities with the addition of machine learning, the addition of cloud support for Azure, and the growth of its talent pool. talents in engineering, marketing and sales.

Dell published a revised version of 10 pages Principles-Based Technologies Report, who states, “The process of acquiring the APEX Data Storage Services solution was quick and easy, while the acquisition of the HPE GreenLake storage solution experienced several delays and issues. We received pricing immediately through the APEX console, while it took 11 days to receive a quote for the HPE GreenLake storage solution. In just 13 days after purchase, our APEX Data Storage Services solution was up and running, while the HPE GreenLake storage solution was ready to go 95 days after purchase.

Druva engaged the Evaluator Group to conduct a 31-page study of the total economic impact on the bottom line of using the Druva Data Resiliency Cloud SaaS backup service. It’s no surprise that customers have saved a lot of money by using the Druva service.

Ionir, which sells a cloud-native data storage and management platform for Kubernetes, has become a technology partner of CircleCI. CircleCI provides continuous integration and continuous delivery/deployment (CI/CD) software. According to Ionir, its CircleCI partnership means Ionir customers can accelerate CI/CD deployments for cloud-native workflows with accelerated data movement, greater capacity, less complexity, repeatable and scalable testing, testing with real data and combined storage and data management. .

Chinese-American Distributed OLAP Startup Kyligence offered definitions for seven industry buzzwords that are expected to be common this year. These are: Metrics Store/Headless BI, Data Lakehouse, Intelligent Data Cloud, Data Catalog, Data Fabric, Data Mesh and Data as a Product. Read definitions here.

Wells Fargo analyst Aaron Rakers highlighted a Economic Daily report – in Chinese – that notifications of Micron suggest that NAND contract prices rose 17-18% and spot prices rose 25% following the chemical contamination from the Kioxia/WD Kitakami NAND manufacturing facility.

Nodeum says he has a system that can be used to import archives from Quantum’s Scalar LTFS appliance, which is nearing the end of its life.

101 Data Solutions has announced a collaboration with Seagate Technology to provide high-capacity mobile storage and data transfer services with Seagate’s Lyve Mobile storage and data transfer service.

DDN Subsidiary Tintri announced global revenue growth of 42% between the 1st half of 2021 and the 2nd half of 2021, including a double-digit increase in revenue from net new logos, fueled by a strengthened global sales leadership team and continued innovation from VMstore. Tintri has released an update to TxOS, the software that runs on VMstore appliances, and the Tintri Global Center (TGC) management plane. The new release payload breaks down into five categories: bug fixes and security, UI improvements, additional hardware support, NFS 4.1 beta, and vSphere tag support. Read about it in a blog post.


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