It's time once again for Storage Field Day! As most of my blog readers are aware, I run the Tech Field Day event series, bringing together experts in various IT fields with key companies for a few days of deep technical discussion. This week it's our fourth event focused on enterprise storage, and it's going to be big! Storage Field Day 4 Over the years, we have continually … [Read more...] about Storage Field Day 4: Live This Week!
I am thrilled to return to speak at Interop next week, though not so much about returning to Las Vegas for the third time already this year. This time around, I'll be on two Interop panel discussions in Mike Fratto's storage track. If you will be at Interop and would like to meet up, let me know. Considering Interop The grand old tradeshow, Interop has changed a great deal … [Read more...] about Interop Las Vegas 2012
I've been organizing Tech Field Day events for three years, and I've been in enterprise storage for far longer. So it's kind of surprising to realize that I've never hosted a Field Day focused on enterprise storage! That changes this month, with Storage Field Day on April 26 and 27. The delegates and presenters are all in order, and it's really an amazing event. Don't get me … [Read more...] about Storage Field Day 1 – Silicon Valley
Update Happily I was able to record both my presentation and The Great Debate with Stu! Although I'm a long-time Fibre Channel user, and certainly not the sort of person who denies the capabilities of that hallowed storage protocol, is it really necessary anymore? On Thursday, October 6, I'll be taking up the challenge and debating Stu Miniman on this very topic as … [Read more...] about Interop NYC and The Great Debate: ISCSI Beats Fibre Channel
I spent last week tying up loose ends before Tech Field Day 5 in San Jose. It's going to be a great event, with presentations by Symantec, Drobo, Xangati, NetEx, InfoBlox, HP, and a new company making their US launch! In the mean time, I am working hard to wrap up the Small Enterprise Storage Array Buyers' Guide for DCIG and continuing my regular work - spreading the word about … [Read more...] about Back From the Pile: Interesting Links, February 4, 2011