Storage arrays are big, expensive, and difficult to manage. Plus, concentrating storage in a single device puts everything at risk if there is an outage. So why buy a storage array at all? Arrays do a few things very well, and this often makes up for the difference, on balance. Storage Arrays Accelerate Performance One of the most important advancements in data storage in … [Read more...] about Storage Arrays Do A Few Things Very Well
Even though I grew up on the other side of the great baseball divide, I have always loved going to New York City. Next week, I return again, but this time I'm bringing a whole new event to the city: This is the first time the New York audience gets to see my Building Virtual Infrastructure presentation! I'll miss you, MCA! If you haven't been to my seminars before, let me … [Read more...] about Building Virtual Infrastructure in New York City
IBM has really stepped up their game this year, and they will highlight all this at their upcoming storage technology conference, Edge2012. I'm really looking forward to seeing what IBM Edge is all about, and I'll be attending and speaking at the event in June. Introducing IBM Edge2012 IBM Edge2012 is divided into 3 tracks: TechnicalEdge is targeted at IT professionals; … [Read more...] about IBM Edge2012 – Orlando
I talk to dozens of companies every week, and every one says the same thing: “Our product is compatible with VMware!” But not everyone's definition of “compatible” is the same, and some are not compatible (I couldn't resist) with the requirements of production data centers. Therefore, I present to you my spectrum of compatibility for VMware. A Spectrum of … [Read more...] about “Our Storage Array Is Compatible with VMware…” Says Who?
Today's announcement of the E-Class storage array is an important milestone for Nimbus Data and solid-state storage in the enterprise. Until now, most solid-state storage arrays have been fairly small-scale, focused on point performance rather than enterprise-wide capacity. But the E-Class, which scales to 500 TB and sports a redundant, multi-protocol interface, is the first … [Read more...] about Nimbus E-Class: The First Big, Redundant, All-Flash Enterprise Array