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Ransomware is any software that allows a third party to access and encrypt another’s files, delete the originals, then threaten to delete the only remaining (encrypted) copy of the files if the ransom is not paid. In the movies, the user deploying the ransomware is typically portrayed as a hardened criminal.
Capacity licensing is a pricing model that allows customers to purchase data storage based on how much capacity is provisioned on their storage infrastructure. This model delivers the cost and flexibility benefits of software-only storage without the supply chain, system integration, and support complexity.
Data center automation is the process when routine processes of a data center such as scheduling, monitoring, maintenance, application delivery, etc are executed without human administration. Data center automation is immensely valuable because it frees up human computational time.
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We‘ve been able to improve the performance of the applications and... provide better management of the overall infrastructure. I would say that makes management very relieved.
Sean Henry, Sr. Manager, American Showa
NetApp® HCI is an enterprise-scale hyper converged infrastructure that delivers predictable performance on a highly flexible, efficient architecture that is simple to deploy and manage.
Persistent memory (PMEM) is a solid-state high-performance byte-addressable memory device that resides on the memory bus. Being on the memory bus allows PMEM to have DRAM-like access to data which means that it's nearly the same speed and latency of DRAM and the nonvolatility of NAND flash.
Cloud monitoring is a method of reviewing, observing, and managing the operational workflow in a cloud-based IT infrastructure. Manual or automated management techniques confirm the availability and performance of websites, servers, applications, and other cloud infrastructure.
The biggest overhaul of EU data protection law in more than 20 years. It replaces the current EU Data Protection Directive and aims to create unified data protection legislation covering all individuals in the European Union.