What, another one so soon! Yes, it’s time for Storage Short Take #31!
Storage Short Take is back!
What is and is not a “NVMe drive,” understanding fio tests for storage performance, a shooting-fish-in-a-barrel survey, some very high-quality webinars, and more. As always, links were live at the time of publication. Storage Media and Technology Storage Companies in the News Webinars and Conferences Bonus Round
As I mentioned in my Storage Short Take #20, I have decided to leave Cisco. December 2, 2019, was my last day, and while it seems many people can change positions as often as they change their bedsheets, I’m not one of those people who can simply leave without reflecting upon the experience. Of course, when I reflect, I must …
Some updates from VMWorld, more M&A, and companies punching above their weight class. Oh, and Thermite.
A Quora question that actually got me thinking.
A (relatively) short Short Take today. NVMe protocol updates, Flash Memory Summit reports, and SNIA webinars. Storage Media and Technology Storage Companies in the News Industry Associations and Standards Webinars and Conferences Synology Security News Bonus Round
The Post-FMS storage short take is here!
It’s time for another storage update.
The tenth in the Storage Short Take Series, plus a book recommendation.
The past fortnight’s Data Center storage news in quick, consumable form.
A roundup of the storage news over the past couple of weeks.
A quick look at the strengths of Fibre Channel for NVMe-based fabrics.
For those people who are looking to find out information about NVMe (NVM Express), but don’t know where to start, this is a course syllabi that can be used as a “program of study.”
What are the pressures that prevent a “Grand Unification Theory” of Storage?