A while back, I started a series called “back from the pile” featuring interesting links from the week. Bonus points if you recognize that title reference, but just in case, you might want to watch Old George for yourself! (Warning: NSFW if language is an issue…)
This week’s highlights included lots about NFSv4 and IBM’s new Storwize V7000. Some great networking content, too!
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- NFSv4: Part 1 COMPOUND RPCs
- A Comparison of Current Spanning-Tree Elimination Strategies
- Fail Factors—Why Startups Die: Negative Inertia and the Anti-”Why?” Culture
- Bad Analogies and Avoiding Vendor Lock-in
- IPv4 Exhaustion: What About Class E Addresses?
- Wither XIV?
- Why are flash prices dropping?
- Traveling East-West Might Get A Little Easier: Highlights from the TRILL RFC5556
- VAAI — Not Just for Virtualisation?
- Manage Data Not Storage
- POLL: Is A Transcontinental OSS Wifi Network Even Possible?
- Death Defying….
- 2010-42-3 Its the little touches – Storwize V7000
- IBM Storwize Product Name Decoder Ring
- Storagebod’s Blog: Wize Up
- Followup to EMC AX4 SAN Trouble
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