VMware VVOLs and storage I/O fundementals (Part 2)

Sunday, August 24th, 2014

VMware VVOL's and storage I/O fundamentals (Part II)

EMC ViPR software defined object storage part III

Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

This is part III in a series of posts pertaining to EMC ViPR software defined storage and object storage. You can read part I here and part II here.More on the object opportunity Other object access includes OpenStack storage part Swift, AWS S3 HTTP and REST API ...

EMC ViPR software defined object storage part II

Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

This is part II in a series of posts pertaining to EMC ViPR software defined storage and object storage. You can read part I here and part III here.Some questions and discussion topics pertaining to ViPR:Whom is ViPR for? Organizations that need to scale with stability across EMC, third-party ...

EMC VMAX 10K, looks like high-end storage systems are still alive (part III)

Monday, January 14th, 2013

This is the third in a multi-part series of posts (read first post here and second post here) looking at what else EMC announced today in addition to an enhanced VMAX 10K and dispelling the myth that large storage arrays are dead (or at least for now). In addition to the ...

Many faces of storage hypervisor, virtual storage or storage virtualization

Wednesday, January 9th, 2013

Storage hypervisors were a 2012 popular buzzword bingo topic with plenty of industry adoption and some customer deployment. Separating the hype around storage hypervisors reveals conversations around backup, restore, BC, DR and archiving. backup, restore, BC, DR and archiving Cloud and virtualization components Storage ...

Industry Trends and Perspectives: Storage Virtualization and Virtual Storage

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

This is part of an ongoing series of short industry trends and perspectives blog posts briefs. These short posts compliment other longer posts along with traditional industry trends and perspective white papers, research reports, solution brief content found at www.storageio.com/reports. The topic of this post is a trend server ...