DCIG 2013 Private Cloud Storage Array Buyer’s Guide Now Available

DCIG has released its 2013 Private Cloud Storage Array Buyer’s Guide that weights, scores and ranks over 150 features on 25 different cloud storage arrays from 15 different providers. This Buyer’s Guide provides the critical information that all size organization need when selecting a private cloud storage array that provides the availability, ease-of-use, flexibility and scalability features to meet the demands of their most data-intensive applications.

The DCIG 2013 Private Cloud Storage Array Buyer’s Guide is immediately available. It may be downloaded for no charge with registration by following this link.

The DCIG 2013 Private Cloud Storage Arra Buyer’s Guide accomplishes the following objectives:

  • Provides an objective, third-party evaluation of currently available private cloud storage arrays
  • Evaluates, scores and ranks private cloud storage arrays from an end-user’s perspective
  • Includes recommendations on how to best utilize this Buyer’s Guide
  • Provides data sheets on 25 private cloud storage arrays from fifteen (15) different providers so organizations may do a quick comparison of features while having sufficient detail at their fingertips to make an informed decision
  • Provides insight into each private cloud storage array’s support for various applications, the robustness of its hardware, its management and replication capabilities, its integration with VMware vSphere and what levels of support it offers

The DCIG 2013 Private Cloud Storage Array Buyer’s Guide Top 10 solutions include (in alphabetical order):

  • Coraid EtherDrive
  • Dell Compellent Storage Center SAN + FS8600 NAS
  • EMC Isilon NL-Series
  • EMC Isilon S-Series
  • EMC Isilon X-Series
  • IBM SONAS
  • IceWEB 6500 Series
  • NetApp FAS3250
  • NetApp FAS3220
  • Nimbus Data E-Class Flash Memory

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About Marcel van den Berg
I am a technical consultant with a strong focus on server virtualization, desktop virtualization, cloud computing and business continuity/disaster recovery.

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