I’ve spent this week in San Jose, CA at Tech Field Day 5, and that’s the bulk of my news. We heard from great companies: Symantec, Drobo, Druva, Xangati, NetEx, InfoBlox, and HP. Whew!
- Tech Field Day 5 links
- Official stuff:
- Rob Novak shared his Thoughts from Tech Field Day 5
- A great post by Greg Stuart: Symantec NetBackup 7 for VMware vSphere 4
- I loved Tom’s Things I Learned From Tech Field Day, Part 1
- My writing
- I’ve wanted to write this for quite a while: ATA over Ethernet protocol overview for data storage managers
- I talked to Intel this week and wrote it up: Where Is Intel’s FCoE Solution?
- Another big area for my virtual storage seminar preparation: VMware VAAI Storage Array Support in Plain English
- And finally: Aerobie AeroPress Review: The Hacker Coffee Maker
- Other great stuff I’ve been reading
- Barry Burke responded to my VAAI post with some competitive digs: reality check vsp vaai support
- From Robin Harris is a DEC obituary: Ken Olsen, 1926-2011
- A clever piece by Tom Petrocelli: Public Clouds : An Unregulated Utility
- vKernel has a good point to make: Dear CIO’s, Please Send Paul Otellini a Thank You Note
- Chris Evans covers the arrays we saw at TFD: Data Robotics Releases Business-class Arrays
- Ivan Pepelnjak (inspired by Greg Ferro): Open FCoE — Software implementation of the camel jetpack
- I loved this infographic: The Most Common and Dangerous Passwords
- And this one: A Decade of Storage
- Another great piece by Chris Evans: Managing iSCSI on Windows 2008 Core with Hyper-V
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Hi Stephen, found your article on coraid/aoe on searchstorage.com
you say at the end that there is no driver in ESX, which may be technically true, but coraid has their own driver available on their web site.
couldn’t find any feedback link on their site.