One nice thing about living in Ohio is that the Indians don't sell out every single game (what is it now, Boston, 300 in a row?). So me and my family are off to see the Red Sox tonight. First row of the upper deck right above home plate on the first base side, and affordable! If you happen to be watching the game, look out for us! We'll be the ones getting booed by the … [Read more...] about Off to See the Sox
Archives for July 2007
Toot toot again... That iSCSI vs. Fibre Channel article is in Computer Weekly, a UK TechTarget publication... … [Read more...] about Toot toot 3: Quotes in Computer Weekly (UK)
XenSource just announced that they'll embed Symantec-nÃ©e-Veritas' server-side storage virtualization software into their server virtualization offering. This is great news, since server virtualization has boiling for more than a year now with precious little storage integration to be seen. Although XenSource is a distant second in the world of server virtualization, they're … [Read more...] about Storage Management Integrated with Server Virtualization (Where’s EMC?)
Cisco's new product announcements this week got me thinking about our little storage pond. Sure, VFrame isn't breaking any new ground compared to Scalent, HP's Opsware, and BladeLogic, but it'll be a revelation to Cisco's customers. Remember, all the iPod had going for it was Apple's brand name, customer base, and flawless execution! The point is, VFrame makes no … [Read more...] about Is Storage Really That Different?
Yeah, I'm a TiVo believer. This thing liberates me from thinking about television shows and schedules - I live my life and watch what I want when I want to instead of thinking "gosh, I better get home Wednesday night or I'll miss Lost!" I finally jumped on the Series 3 TiVo in June when they offered a $200 rebate. This is the ultimate TiVo unit - dual tuner, cable and … [Read more...] about TiVo HD Arrives