So there it is. Intel’s Light Peak was launched as Thunderbolt in the new Apple MacBook Pro line. What else happened?
- My writing
- Processing and Scheduling Thin Provisioning is another entry in my State of the Art Thin Provisioning series
- I posted another napkin-tastic infographic: Real-World Port Throughput Relative To Light Peak
- Wednesday saw the Thunderbolt leak, Will Apple Call Light Peak “Thunderbolt”?, but USB 3.0 For Mac Is Here (sort of)
- Then there was the real reveal on Thursday: Thunderbolt = Light Peak = Mini DisplayPort + PCI Express
- I had to dispel some silly speculation: Why the iPad 2 Won’t Include Thunderbolt
- I didn’t write the post, but I did write the DCIG 2011 Small Enterprise Storage Array Buyer’s Guide!
- Other stuff
- Good stuff from Nasuni: Blocks vs. Files: Which Approach is Better for Cloud Gateways?
- IPv6 was a topic of discussion at Tech Field Day, so this one from Eric Siebert was interesting: IPv6 support in vSphere
- Terry Slattery also has some IPv6 ideas: Are You Ready for IPv6?
- Another great TFD post from Jeff Fry: IP Address Management (IPAM) and INFOBLOX
- A response to my VAAI questions from IBM: XIV VAAI Support — whats the story?
- I’ve been wondering about this. What’s your opinion on Gabrie van Zanten’s post? To USB or not to USB, how do you boot your ESXi host?
- And now for something completely different: Pants Down on Madison: Salinger’s Slightly Salingeresque Boswell Wants to Be Left Alone
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