Major announcements at SDC, a bombshell from Dell, and many new and creative applications for NVMe.
It’s astonishing how many human miseries can be resolved through forgiveness and radical acceptance. Never forgiving is taking poison to punish someone else—the more you punish the sicker you get.
What, another one so soon! Yes, it’s time for Storage Short Take #31!
Storage Short Take is back!
It’s been a while since I’ve posted, but something happened over the weekend that is prompting me to write a blog that I believe is worth spreading far and wide. You see, over the weekend I found myself the unexpected caretaker of a complete stranger’s digital life. Through a strange set of circumstances, I found myself in possession of his …
The new Synology DS1520+ is the direct successor to the DS1019+, and is the largest member of the 20-series Plus lineup.
A press release from synology, along with my comments
“You know what I like better than being right? Absolutely nothing.” This phrase came up in the training class that I took this week, and I think that it sums up the mentality of taking the course quite well. Even so, I think it’s going to take some explanation.
A Happy Valentine’s Day to you! And because I love you so, so much, here’s the next edition of the Storage Short Take. In this Short Take, NVMe Key-Value emerges from its lab, some more 2020 predictions, some funding rounds, and quite a bit of conference activity. As always, links were live upon publication. Storage Media and Technology Storage Companies in …
I finally put my words where my snark is, and come up with 3 storage predictions for 2020.
Bad NAS advice, bad NVMe advice, bad data recovery advice, some good NVMe advice, and a whole bunch of technology updates.
2020 Predictions galore, Intel’s embarrassing position, and more. Oh, and 5G will give you cancer, make you infertile, get your daughter pregnant and put hard-working Britons out of a job. Or not.
More storage updates, and a surprise bonus announcement.
How do you choose what type of storage is right for you?
QLC storage, Disaster Recovery, and a couple more acquisitions of note.