Articles By Mario Apicella

Matrix serves up simple clustering

Matrix serves up simple clustering

Getting top performance from a storage system and making applications faster and more resilient are two critical and challenging aspects...

January 5th, 2006 Mario Apicella
HP

HP

I am not going to join the misguided gang cheering the death of tape — tape is alive and well,...

November 10th, 2005 Mario Apicella
Fibre Channel vs. iSCSI

Fibre Channel vs. iSCSI

Anyone who has considered moving to a storage area network (SAN) has faced a fundamental choice between two technologies: the...

September 29th, 2005 Mario Apicella
Troika

Troika

Troika Networks may not be the first vendor that comes to mind when talking about intelligent storage networks, but it...

September 29th, 2005 Mario Apicella
Veritas conquers the top tier

Veritas conquers the top tier

What do you need to properly manage storage across a large enterprise? Different companies will respond differently to this question,...

August 4th, 2005 Mario Apicella
EMC joins line of virtual storage players

EMC joins line of virtual storage players

Virtualized storage is hardly new, but it has been reinvigorated by interesting solutions from major vendors, such as Hitachi’s TagmaStore...

June 9th, 2005 Mario Apicella
Cisco unveils network-based storage services

Cisco unveils network-based storage services

The discussion of where storage virtualization intelligence should reside has been going on for a while. As you may remember,...

March 20th, 2005 Mario Apicella
Review: Brocade superswitch builds uberSANs

Review: Brocade superswitch builds uberSANs

Many companies -- either by design or because of a merger -- end up managing multiple SANs. But merging two...

December 2nd, 2004 Mario Apicella
Brocade superswitch builds uberSANs

Brocade superswitch builds uberSANs

Many companies -- either by design or because of a merger -- end up managing multiple SANs. But merging two...

November 25th, 2004 Mario Apicella
Review: Tacit drives WAN file sharing

Review: Tacit drives WAN file sharing

Sharing files with users at remote offices over a WAN often creates enormous headaches, due to limited bandwidth and the...

September 30th, 2004 Mario Apicella