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Go back 20, 10, or even 5 years—no one could have predicted the massive influx of data that companies would be handling today. Now, they’re scrambling to manage an unprecedented volume of unstructured and semi-structured data spread across physical, virtual, and cloud deployments. In this chaos, companies are learning 3 key lessons about their traditional storage servers:
- They can be costly, complex, and inflexible.
- They can be challenging and very expensive to scale.
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1. Source: IDC White Paper, sponsored by Red Hat, The Economics of Software-Based Storage, July 2013