First, a bit of news. This is the first blog being published under the new site redesign. It may take me a while to get used to some of the fancy tools that it has, so bear with me as I try to get myself sorted. I’m a little behind, but a couple of weeks ago was Storage Field Day, …
Western Digital’s very, very bad week, Synology releases a major update to its NAS software, NVMe-oF begins to show some moves, and a really fun bonus round (hint: blast from the past!)
What, another one so soon! Yes, it’s time for Storage Short Take #31!
A very sad goodbye to one of the storage stalwarts.
Lots of time-sensitive articles this time around, new standards specifications up for public review, really interesting webinars (and not enough time in the day). A rare treat: being able to talk a little bit about my academic research thanks to the Coronavirus. Oh, and please don’t miss the Bonus section this time around. As always, links were active at time …
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.
A slight delay in getting this one out (due to obvious reasons), but there’s quite a bit from AWS, a shocking announcement from Stratoscale, a not-so-shocking “Best of the Year” award, and a lot of SNIA work going on. Storage Media and Technology Storage Companies in the News Industry Associations and Standards Webinars and Conferences Synology Security News Bonus Round
This may be a “short take,” but there are a LOT of them in this update. Buckle up, it’s gonna be a ride!
QLC storage, Disaster Recovery, and a couple more acquisitions of note.
Some updates from VMWorld, more M&A, and companies punching above their weight class. Oh, and Thermite.
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 brief update on some of the news in the storage world for the past couple of weeks.