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Legacy storage, virtualized apps are sometimes at odds

Legacy storage technology wasn't designed to support multiple virtualized applications competing for simultaneous I/O. Tintri's Dan Florea explains how to get from mess to mesh.

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Stacking software instances saves time and money

Running one database per server is fast and easy, but it's expensive. With SQL Server, stacking multiple software instances can lead to serious savings and simpler management.

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IBM snaps up Salesforce developer Bluewolf

As businesses expand use of the Salesforce platform for their customer relationship management needs, IBM continues its cloud acquisition spree with Salesforce consultancy Bluewolf.

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Typing queries into search box yields instant analytics

With businesses running at cloud speed, employees need to generate instant analytics reports via search bar queries. ThoughtSpot and Informatica come to the rescue.

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    Legacy storage, virtualized apps are sometimes at odds

    Legacy storage technology wasn't designed to support multiple virtualized applications competing for simultaneous I/O. Tintri's Dan Florea explains how to get from mess to mesh.

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    Stacking software instances saves time and money

    Running one database per server is fast and easy, but it's expensive. With SQL Server, stacking multiple software instances can lead to serious savings and simpler management.

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    IBM snaps up Salesforce developer Bluewolf

    As businesses expand use of the Salesforce platform for their customer relationship management needs, IBM continues its cloud acquisition spree with Salesforce consultancy Bluewolf.

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