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Microsoft Updates Its Servicing Model: Say Goodbye to the SAC and Hello to Azure Stack HCI

Arraya Insights| August 31, 2021

Microsoft recently announced that it will be updating its servicing model starting with Windows Server 2022.   Previously, Microsoft offered two release channels:   Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC)  For the LTSC, a new major version of Windows Server is released every 2-3 years and users are entitled to 5 years of mainstream support and 5 years of extended support. This channel is appropriate for systems that […]

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Highlights and Analysis from Dell EMC World 2017

Arraya Insights| May 17, 2017

The name may have changed, however last week’s Dell EMC World remained an excellent place to get a look at IT’s present and future. The company’s first global conference since last year’s groundbreaking merger did not disappoint those who made the trek to Las Vegas for the conference, which ran from May 8 – May […]

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5 Other Reasons to Get Excited About Cisco’s HyperFlex 2.0 Release

Arraya Insights| April 6, 2017

When Cisco unveiled its HyperFlex 2.0 release, there was one thing on everyone’s mind: all-flash. The 2.0 update gave customers the ability to choose between a new all-flash version of Cisco’s hyperconverged solution and an updated take on the hybrid version already on the market. While the addition of all-flash is a big story, it […]

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Experts: Data Centers to Lean on Hyperconverged in the Years Ahead

Arraya Insights| January 11, 2016

Here’s an IT prediction for 2016 and beyond: If it’s not already, Virtual SAN (VSAN) from VMware and hyperconverged infrastructure in general could soon become a major part of your data center. There was no crystal ball needed to devise that prediction. It’s based on the findings of multiple industry-leaders in the field of IT […]

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