Archive for the ‘book review’ Category

A Story About Stadiums Along With Seismic Activity

Wednesday, April 12th, 2017

A Story About Stadiums Along With Seismic Activity I find in my inbox several pitches a day for briefings, products, vendors, services, authors, books, blogs and other things to cover, write about or simply take their pitch and post it as is, or with some editing. Of course, there are also ...

Software Defined Cloud Bulk Object Storage Trends News

Tuesday, March 7th, 2017

Updated 4/28/2017 Cloud, Bulk, Object Storage Trends News Welcome to the Cloud, Big Data, Software Defined, Bulk and Object Storage trends news page, part of the objectstoragecenter.com micro site collection of resources. Software defined, Bulk, Cloud and Object Storage exist to support expanding and diverse application data demands. There are various types ...

Software Defined, Cloud, Bulk and Object Storage Fundamentals

Tuesday, March 7th, 2017

Updated 3/7/2017 Cloud, Bulk and Object Storage Fundamentals Welcome to the Cloud, Big Data, Software Defined, Bulk and Object Storage fundamentals page part of the objectstoragecenter.com micro site collection of resources. Software defined, Bulk, Cloud and Object Storage exist to support expanding and diverse application data demands. There are various types of ...

Server StorageIO October 2015 Update Newsletter

Thursday, October 29th, 2015



Server StorageIO September 2015 Update Newsletter

Monday, September 28th, 2015



Server Storage I/O Cables Connectors Chargers & other Geek Gifts

Sunday, December 14th, 2014

Server Storage I/O Cables Connectors Chargers & other Geek Gifts This is part one of a two part series for what to get a geek for a gift, read part two here. It is that time of the year when annual predictions are made for the upcoming year, including those that will ...

The Human Face of Big Data, a Book Review

Saturday, January 5th, 2013

My copy of the new book The Human Face of Big Data created by Rick Smolan and Jennifer Erwitt arrived yesterday compliments of EMC (the lead sponsor). In addition to EMC, the other sponsors of the book are Cisco, VMware, FedEx, Originate and Tableau software. To say this is a ...

Seven databases in seven weeks, a book review of NoSQL databases

Monday, November 26th, 2012

Seven Databases in Seven Weeks (A Guide to Modern Databases and the NoSQL Movement) is a book written Eric Redmond (@coderoshi) and Jim Wilson (@hexlib), part of The Pragmatic Programmers (@pragprog) series that takes a look at several non SQL based database systems. Coverage includes PostgreSQL, Riak, Apache HBase, ...