Emerging Trends in Storage From Senior Executives

“We want to be able to apply functionality (like replication) to only those applications or workloads that need it. The primary SDS benefits? Flexibility and economies of scale (admins can manage orders of magnitude more data/storage). Storage is expensive, enterprise storage is especially expensive. It’s the last major data center technology ‘hurdle’ to clear.”

—Storage Architect, Non-Profit

ESG interviewed 24 senior IT executives on the storage challenges they face today and directions they anticipate in coming years. If you’re evaluating technology for content storage, take advantage of their experience and wisdom. Register now for immediate access.

The report, commissioned by Scality, explores current storage challenges including a desire for greater flexibility, reducing costs with SDS, and management simplification. Looking forward, executives cited key reasons they’re evaluating object storage including:

  • Reducing complexity
  • Accommodating growth rates exceeding the limits of NAS
  • Keeping important data behind firewalls while still enjoying the benefits of public cloud services
  • Achieving back-end storage for big data analytics

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