It’s been a slow week (the holidays) and a crazy one. I’ve started pouring out the thin provisioning series, with 10 posts so far, as well as launching a new video “talk show” about enterprise IT. And I’ve got a new post over at SearchStorage, too. Whew!
- My State of the Art Thin Provisioning series
- Storage is Not Getting Cheaper
- Thin Provisioning: Attacking Storage Utilization
- De-Allocating is the Core Issue for Thin Provisioning
- Thin Provisioning: Playing the Telephone Game
- Monitoring Filesystem Metadata For Thin Provisioning
- Zero Page Reclaim: Savior of Thin Provisioning?
- What is WRITE_SAME? Green Eggs and Ham!
- The Bridge: Veritas Thin (Provisioning) API
- Is TRIM Useful For Thin Provisioning?
- The Raising the Floor podcast series
- Tech Field Day links
- And more links!
- I wrote this piece for SearchStorage: Is PCIe SSD right for you? Deploying PCI Express SSD devices
- I was interviewed for another thin story: Thin provisioning driven by technology advances, best practices
- My friend Erin Collopy from HP is starting a blog: A new year, a fresh slate « Social Swimmer
- Bob Plankers always impresses with his technical writing: How To Create and Measure NTFS & ext3 Disk Fragmentation
- I loved this idea from Freedom to Tinker: Monitoring all the electrical and hydraulic appliances in your house
- Chris Mellor spills the beans on EMC’s big announcement next week: Storage Virtualization, Unified and the VNX
- Chris also posted a great piece about InPhase: How I watched a holographic storage company implode
- Then there’s this Winextra bit on Microsoft’s Biggest Mistake of 2010
- A new EMCer blog, Storage Savvy, has a nice pNFS piece: Why pNFS can be a big deal even if NFS4.1 isn’t…
- Martin Glassborow is always worth reading: Reading the Ruins
- Floyd Strimling makes a go at prognostication: Fun Alert: Insane 2011 Predictions That May Come True
- Another great Bill Hill post on cloud: Cloud Crossroads
- And Ian Foster isn’t happy with Amazon: Amazon – Masters of marketing or perfecting the art of customer dissatisfaction?
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