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CopperEye aims to help customers downsize databases

Mar 15, 20062 mins
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CopperEye aims to help customers downsize databases, 03/20/06

CopperEye, a company led by former database-software vendor executives is touting enterprise search technology that it says can help companies reduce their reliance on expensive relational database systems.

Amazon provides hosted storage service for developers, 03/14/06 has launched a hosted storage service for software developers so they can access their applications’ data from anywhere via the Web, the Seattle online retailer announced Tuesday.

Hitachi shakes up management team, 03/14/06

Hitachi Tuesday announced it has shaken up its management team, naming a new chairman and a new president.

Q&A: Priceline exec shares flu prep plan, 03/14/06

In the face of customer demand and possible technical problems, online travel-booking site depends upon an elaborate Web infrastructure to keep the site running smoothly. The Norwalk, Conn., company also puts plans in place to thwart the …

Red Hat lays out virtualization plans, 03/14/06

Red Hat on Tuesday laid out its strategy to make it easier for customers to run and manage workloads in a virtualized Linux environment.

Isilon to debut clustered-storage hardware, software, 03/13/06

Isilon Systems is expected to introduce software and two hardware appliances that the company says will increase the capacity and performance of its clustered storage systems.

Storage Weblog: McData wafts into WAFS, 03/13/06

McData made it official today when they announced that they would OEM Riverbed’s wide area file services (WAFS) appliances. Riverbed, which makes the Steelhead appliances, also has a deal with HP. McData will rename the appliances to the SpectraNet …

EMC fleshes out storage line for SMBs, 03/13/06

EMC bolstered its lineup of network-attached storage systems for small-and-midsize businesses, plus added software designed to help customers perform root-cause analysis of problems.