"Maximizing Hyper-V iSCSI Performance with Microsoft and Intel" might sound like another "blah blah" marketing piece, but a little birdy tells me that this webcast will drop a bombshell about iSCSI performance. Lots of storage and networking folks don't give iSCSI and Microsoft the credit they deserve. "iSCSI is cheap and easy," they say, "but real performance requires Fibre … [Read more...] about Microsoft and Intel Pushing iSCSI Performance Limits
Windows Server 2008 R2
Microsoft just let loose a Release Candidate for Windows 7, the operating system that will bring peace, love, and joy to PC users everywhere and finally stop folks from switching to Macs instead of using Vista. Maybe. … [Read more...] about Windows 7 Is Here! In My Hands! But Why 8 DVDs?
My travels last week kept me from posting my weekly round-up of interesting web content. So this week's is a little heavy (and heavily edited!) Most important: Please register to be a marrow donor, especially if you might be a match for Nick Glasgow of EMC! … [Read more...] about Back From The Pile: Interesting Links From Mid-May
It was an interesting week, with a cloud computing summit in Washington DC, the release of Windows Storage Server 2008, and discussions of best practices and non-compete agreements. Apple MacBook Users: Turn off This Bluetooth Default Setting Now - Now I know what turned on my MacBook Pro in the bag: My BlueTooth mouse! Enterprise Computing Windows Storage … [Read more...] about Back From the Pile: Interesting Content From the Week of May 9, 2009
I don't usually "do" NDAs. It's just too hard to figure out what I'm allowed to say and what I should keep quiet. I prefer to get free and open information, but will settle for embargoed briefings if it means I can get some time to think before reporting. So my Microsoft connection is a major anomaly, and I've been sitting on my hands trying not to spill the beans... … [Read more...] about I Can Finally Talk About Windows Storage Server 2008!