Why developers should favor a hyperscale, converged infrastructure

By Rob Whiteley | | Cloud

Stop me if you’ve heard this one from your favorite neighborhood tech vendor… “We take the same techniques that hyperscalers…

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Are we there yet? What’s up with software-defined storage

By Eric Carter | | Cloud

I recently read this article on StorageNewsletter.com about the state of software-defined storage (SDS) and it reveals some important data about the…

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Clarifying hybrid cloud storage: passive vs active data

By Rob Whiteley | | Cloud

I recently gave a webinar with Forrester analyst, Richard Fichera. In his opening he noted “the inexorable march to public cloud is…

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What the Hedvig and HPE partnership means for you

By Avinash Lakshman | | Partners

Hedvig is off to a fast start with our HPE relationship! Last quarter we announced that HPE made an investment…

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Hedvig is now VMware certified

By Rob Whiteley | | Cloud

There’s no doubt server virtualization radically transformed the data center. What started as a way of increasing infrastructure utilization soon…

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A glossary of 37 modern data center terms you need to know

By Rob Whiteley | | Software-defined Storage

The modern data center as a term is getting more attention among today’s IT leaders. And for good reason. Cloud…

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Hedvig Wins a Stevie Award for Tech Startup of the Year

By Olivia LaMar | | Hedvig

Things have been pretty crazy over here at Hedvig. Our Series C funding announcement was quickly followed by the reveal of our CloudScale…

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Hedvig unveils CloudScale Partner Program 2.0

By Cassandra LaBouff | | Partners

When we launched the Hedvig CloudScale program a year ago, we knew there was strong momentum for software-defined storage (SDS)…

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Why did a deep analytics sales exec switch to software-defined storage?

By Ediz Ertekin | | Hedvig

Confession: I’ve never been a “storage guy” but I joined Hedvig just the same. In fact, prior to joining the company my…

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