Overview: SGI is a trusted leader in technical computing, offering a broad line of mid-range and high-end scale-out/scale-up servers plus data storage equipment and software. SGI solutions are used by the scientific, technical and business communities.
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Addressing the Problem of Inactive Data Filling Up Expensive Active Disk Silos by SGI. April 20, 2011 - This paper examines how an active archive strategy requires planning and tools, but when done properly it can dramatically reduce the overall costs of managing a growing pool of data. By de-coupling production disk from other tiers of storage, single points of failure are virtually eliminated.
Case Study: German TV Broadcaster RTL II Accelerates Content Delivery with Storage Solutions from SGI by SGI. June 13, 2011 - As a TV station offering programming around the clock, the requirements of a storage solution for digital media content at RTL II are both clear and sophisticated: the technologies used must be state of the art in order to meet the demanding IT performance requirements, as large data volumes need to be transferred at top speeds.
E-Guide: Archiving Storage vs. Data Backup Storage: The dos and don’ts of using backups and data archives by SGI. May 04, 2011 - In this FAQ, W. Curtis Preston, independent data backup and recovery expert, offers answers to common archive and backup questions.
SGI® InfiniteStorage Data Migration Facility (DMF): Virtualizing Storage to Enable Active Archiving by SGI. December 20, 2010 - This paper explores the benefits of Data Migration Facility (DMF) for streamlining data management for the most data-intensive environments. Usage scenarios are discussed along with the core technologies that have made DMF so successful.
Solving the Problem of Persistent Data Retention by SGI. December 17, 2010 - Read this paper to learn the techniques for ensuring that persistent data in the enterprise today will really be available when it is needed in the future.
Time Value of Data by SGI. June 13, 2011 - All of the printed material on earth is estimated to be about 200 petabytes (200,000 terabytes) of data. That is a lot of information and a lot of data to manage. But it is dwarfed by the amount of data that is generated worldwide with information technology today. Read this white paper to learn more about how to survive the information explosion.