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World Backup Day Reminder Don’t Be an April Fool Test Your Data Recovery

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World Backup Day Reminder Don’t Be an April Fool Test Your Data Recovery World Backup Day Reminder Don’t Be an April Fool Test Your Data Recovery. March 31 is the annual world backup day to spotlight awareness around the importance of protecting your data and test your data recovery. The focus of world backup and […]. The post World Backup Day Reminder Don’t Be an April Fool Test Your Data Recovery appeared first on StorageIOblog.

Driving ROI with Cloud Storage Consolidation Seminars

Storage IO Blog

Driving ROI with Cloud Storage Consolidation Seminars Driving ROI with Cloud Storage Consolidation Seminars Join me in a series of in-person seminars driving ROI with cloud storage consolidation for unstructured file data. Various Data Infrastructure options from on-prem to edge to cloud and beyond These initial seminars are being held at Amazon Web Services (AWS) […]. The post Driving ROI with Cloud Storage Consolidation Seminars appeared first on StorageIOblog.

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Ten tips to reduce your cloud compute storage costs #blogtobertech

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Ten tips to reduce your cloud compute storage costs #blogtobertech The following are Ten tips to reduce your cloud compute storage costs. In some cases, reducing your cloud costs means spending the same yet getting more value and resources that provide a business benefit. For example, paying the same yet upgrading to fewer, faster servers, […] The post Ten tips to reduce your cloud compute storage costs #blogtobertech appeared first on StorageIOblog.

Cloud File Data Storage Consolidation and Economic Comparison Model #blogtobertech

Storage IO Blog

Cloud File Data Storage Consolidation and Economic Comparison Model #blogtobertech The following is a new Industry Trends Perspective White Paper Report titled Cloud File Data Storage Consolidation and Economic Comparison Model.

AWS Snowball Edge SBE Converged Cloud Storage Appliance

Storage IO Blog

AWS Snowball Edge SBE Converged Cloud Storage Appliance AWS Snowball Edge SBE Converged Cloud Storage Appliance As part of extending their cloud platform reach, recent Amazon Web Services (AWS) announcements include AWS Snowball Edge SBE Converged Cloud Storage Appliance.

Dont Stop Learning Expand Your Skills Experiences Everyday #blogtobertech

Storage IO Blog

Dont Stop Learning Expand Your Skills Experiences Everyday #blogtobertech Dont Stop Learning Expand Your Skills Experiences Everyday including moving beyond or outside our current tradecraft focus area. If you are an expert in a field or given focus area, learn something new about an area outside your expertise or comfort zone. Now if you are […] The post Dont Stop Learning Expand Your Skills Experiences Everyday #blogtobertech appeared first on StorageIOblog.

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Google Cloud Platform GCP announced new Los Angeles Region

Storage IO Blog

Google Cloud Platform GCP announced new Los Angeles Region Google Cloud Platform GCP announced new Los Angeles Region Google Cloud Platform (GCP) has announced a new Los Angeles Region (e.g., Keep in mind that a region is a geographic area that is made […] The post Google Cloud Platform GCP announced new Los Angeles Region appeared first on StorageIOblog.

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How I saved money storing more data on aws s3 simple storage service #blogtobertech

Storage IO Blog

How I saved money storing more data on aws s3 simple storage service #blogtobertech How I saved money storing more data on aws s3 simple storage service is an example of reducing cloud costs as opposed to merely cutting cloud costs. What this means is that instead of just cutting my cloud storage costs with […] The post How I saved money storing more data on aws s3 simple storage service #blogtobertech appeared first on StorageIOblog.

Microsoft Azure Data Box Disk Test Drive Review #blogtobertech

Storage IO Blog

Microsoft Azure Data Box Test Drive #blogtobertech Microsoft Azure Data Box Test Drive is part three of four series looking at Data Box. View Part 1 Microsoft announced Azure Data Box updates, Part 2 Microsoft Azure Data Box Family, and Part 4 Microsoft Azure Data Box Disk Impressions. Getting Started The workflow for using Data […] The post Microsoft Azure Data Box Disk Test Drive Review #blogtobertech appeared first on StorageIOblog.

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Microsoft Azure Data Box Disk Impressions #blogtobertech

Storage IO Blog

Microsoft Azure Data Box Disk Test Drive Impressions #blogtobertech Data Box Disk Test Drive Impressions is the last of a four-post series looking at Microsoft Azure Data Box. View Part 1 Microsoft announced Azure Data Box updates, Part 2 Microsoft Azure Data Box Family, and Part 3 Microsoft Azure Data Box Disk Test Drive Review. […] The post Microsoft Azure Data Box Disk Impressions #blogtobertech appeared first on StorageIOblog.

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Next Generation Hybrid Software Defined Data Infrastructures Are In Your Future #blogtober

Storage IO Blog

Next Generation Hybrid Software Defined Data Infrastructures Are In Your Future #blogtober A few weeks ago I was invited to present a keynote at the 1st annual Minnesota VMware User Group (VMUG) Super VMUG mega event in Minneapolis titled Next Generation Hybrid Software Defined Data Infrastructures Are In Your Future (download PDF presentation here). Key […] The post Next Generation Hybrid Software Defined Data Infrastructures Are In Your Future #blogtober appeared first on StorageIOblog.

Microsoft announced Azure Data Box updates #blogtobertech

Storage IO Blog

Microsoft announced Azure Data Box updates – #blogtobertech Microsoft announced Azure Data Box is the first in a series of four posts looking at Data Box including a test drive experience. View Part 2 Microsoft Azure Data Box Family, Part 3 Microsoft Azure Data Box Disk Test Drive Review, Part 4 Microsoft Azure Data Box […] The post Microsoft announced Azure Data Box updates #blogtobertech appeared first on StorageIOblog.

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Microsoft Azure Data Box Family #blogtobertech

Storage IO Blog

Microsoft Azure Data Box Family #blogtobertech Microsoft Azure Data Box Family is part two of a four-part series looking at Data Box. View Part 1 Microsoft announced Azure Data Box updates, Part 3 Microsoft Azure Data Box Disk Test Drive Review, Part 4 Microsoft Azure Data Box Disk Impressions. Microsoft Azure Data Box Overview Microsoft […] The post Microsoft Azure Data Box Family #blogtobertech appeared first on StorageIOblog.

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Broadcom buying CA, Brilliant or a Brainbuster?

Storage IO Blog

Broadcom buying CA, Brilliant or a Brainbuster? Broadcom buying CA, Brilliant or a Brain buster? For some in the IT industry as well as financial markets, there is skepticism about Broadcom (formerly known as Avago) making an announcing that they are buying CA Technologies (CA) for USD 18.9 Billion (cash). For example, the Broadcom stock […] The post Broadcom buying CA, Brilliant or a Brainbuster? appeared first on StorageIOblog.

Not Dead Yet Zombie Technology (Declared Dead yet still alive) October 2018 Update #blogtobertech

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Not Dead Yet Zombie Technology (Declared Dead yet still alive) October 2018 Update #blogtobertech Not Dead Yet Zombie Technology (Declared Dead yet still alive) October 2018 Update. Musician Phil Collins has an excellent name for his current tour Not Dead Yet which is a reminder that he is still alive and performing, at least one […] The post Not Dead Yet Zombie Technology (Declared Dead yet still alive) October 2018 Update #blogtobertech appeared first on StorageIOblog.

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Some popular viewed storageioblog posts during 2016

Storage IO Blog

Some of the popular posts for 2016 are perennial favorites and based on experience will probably appear on the 2017 list. However there are also several new posts that appeared in 2016 that I suspect will also appear on the 2017 version of the above list, along with new content from 2017. The post Some popular viewed storageioblog posts during 2016 appeared first on StorageIOblog.

Use Intel Optane NVMe U.2 SFF 8639 SSD drive in PCIe slot

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announcement backup BC and DR big data Cloud converged convergence database Education I/O Networking IT Industry Activity IT Infrastructure Topics little data metrics object storage Performance and Capacity post review server ssd Storage and Storage Management Tools Storage Architecture and Access tools virtualization 3D XPoint 8639 ableconn AiC esxi fibre channel FLASH I/O iop m.2 Use NVMe U.2

Fall 2018 Dutch Data Infrastructure Industry Trends Decision Making Seminars

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Fall 2018 Dutch Data Infrastructure Industry Trends Decision Making Seminars Fall 2018 Dutch Data Infrastructure Industry Trends Decision Making Seminars. There is still time to register for the fall 2018 Dutch data infrastructure industry trends decision-making seminars November 27th and 28th.

VMware vSAN 6.6 hyper-converged (HCI) software defined data infrastructure

Storage IO Blog

VMware vSAN 6.6 hyper-converged (HCI) software defined data infrastructure In case you missed it, VMware announced vSAN v6.6 hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) software defined data infrastructure solution. This is the first of a five-part series about VMware vSAN V6.6. Part II (just the speeds feeds please) is located here, part III (reducing cost and complexity) located […] The post VMware vSAN 6.6

Server StorageIO 2018 VMworld Data Infrastructure Buzzword Bingo Puzzle

Storage IO Blog

Server StorageIO 2018 VMworld Data Infrastructure Buzzword Bingo Puzzle Following up from last years 2017 crossword puzzle for travel fun, here is the Server StorageIO 2018 VMworld Data Infrastructure Buzzword Bingo Puzzle (click on the below image for PDF version that includes answers). The Server StorageIO 2018 VMworld Data Infrastructure Buzzword Bingo Puzzle can be […] The post Server StorageIO 2018 VMworld Data Infrastructure Buzzword Bingo Puzzle appeared first on StorageIOblog.

2018 Hot Popular New Trending Data Infrastructure Vendors to Watch

Storage IO Blog

2018 Hot Popular New Trending Data Infrastructure Vendors to Watch 2018 Hot Popular New Trending Data Infrastructure Vendors to Watch Here is the 2018 Hot Popular New Trending Data Infrastructure Vendors To Watch which includes startups as well as established vendors doing new things. This piece follows last year’s hot favorite trending data infrastructure vendors […] The post 2018 Hot Popular New Trending Data Infrastructure Vendors to Watch appeared first on StorageIOblog.

Amazon Web Services AWS July 2018 Updates

Storage IO Blog

Amazon Web Services AWS July 2018 Updates Amazon Web Services AWS July 2018 Updates Amazon Web Services AWS July 2018 Updates continue to expand feature, functionality, service capabilities of the public cloud providers capabilities across various geographies.

Catching Up With Summer 2018 IBM Cloudy Software Defined Storage Announcements

Storage IO Blog

Summer 2018 IBM Cloudy Software Defined Storage Announcements Time for some catching up with summer 2018 IBM cloudy software defined storage announcements that were made earlier this week. The Share Event (Mainframe centric) is occurring this week in St. Louis. Thus, it is no surprise that it is time for catching up with summer 2018 […] The post Catching Up With Summer 2018 IBM Cloudy Software Defined Storage Announcements appeared first on StorageIOblog.

July 2018 Server StorageIO Data Infrastructure Update Newsletter

Storage IO Blog

July 2018 Server StorageIO Data Infrastructure Update Newsletter Volume 18, Issue 7 (July 2018) Hello and welcome to the July 2018 Server StorageIO Data Infrastructure Update Newsletter. In cased you missed it, the June 2018 Server StorageIO Data Infrastructure Update Newsletter can be viewed here ( HTML and PDF). In this issue buzzwords topics include […] The post July 2018 Server StorageIO Data Infrastructure Update Newsletter appeared first on StorageIOblog.

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Dell Technologies Announces Class V VMware Tracking Stock exchange for stock or cash

Storage IO Blog

Dell Technologies Announces Class V VMware Tracking Stock exchange for stock or cash Dell Technologies Announces Class V VMware Tracking Stock exchange for stock or cash. Image via Dell Technologies Summary of Dell transaction announcement includes: VMware declares an $11 Billion USD cash dividend pro rata to all VMware stock holders.

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June 2018 Server StorageIO Data Infrastructure Update Newsletter

Storage IO Blog

June 2018 Server StorageIO Data Infrastructure Update Newsletter Volume 18, Issue 6 (June 2018) Hello and welcome to the June 2018 Server StorageIO Data Infrastructure Update Newsletter. In cased you missed it, the May 2018 Server StorageIO Data Infrastructure Update Newsletter can be viewed here (HTML and PDF). In this issue buzzwords topics include AI, […] The post June 2018 Server StorageIO Data Infrastructure Update Newsletter appeared first on StorageIOblog.

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Announcing Windows Server Summit Virtual Online Event

Storage IO Blog

Announcing Windows Server Summit Virtual Online Event Announcing Windows Server Summit Virtual Online Event Microsoft will be hosting a free (no registration required) half day virtual (e.g. online) Windows Server Summit Virtual Online Event June 26, 2018 starting at 9AM PT. As part of its continued focus on supporting hybrid strategy spanning on-premise Windows Server […] The post Announcing Windows Server Summit Virtual Online Event appeared first on StorageIOblog.

May 2018 Server StorageIO Data Infrastructure Update Newsletter

Storage IO Blog

May 2018 Server StorageIO Data Infrastructure Update Newsletter Volume 18, Issue 5 (May 2018) Hello and welcome to the May 2018 Server StorageIO Data Infrastructure Update Newsletter. In cased you missed it, the April 2018 Server StorageIO Data Infrastructure Update Newsletter can be viewed here (HTML and PDF). May has been a busy month with […] The post May 2018 Server StorageIO Data Infrastructure Update Newsletter appeared first on StorageIOblog.

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New family of Intel Xeon Scalable Processors enable software defined data infrastructures (SDDI) and SDDC

Storage IO Blog

Overall this is a good set of announcements by Intel and what we can also expect to be a flood of enhancements from their partners who will use the new family of Intel Xeon Scalable Processors in their products to enable software-defined data infrastructures (SDDI) and SDDC. The post New family of Intel Xeon Scalable Processors enable software defined data infrastructures (SDDI) and SDDC appeared first on StorageIOblog.

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VMware vSAN V6.6 Part II (just the speeds feeds features please)

Storage IO Blog

VMware vSAN v6.6 Part II (just the speeds feeds features please) In case you missed it, VMware announced vSAN v6.6 hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) software defined data infrastructure solution. This is the second of a five-part series about VMware vSAN V6.6. View Part I here, part III (reducing cost and complexity) located here, part IV (scaling […] The post VMware vSAN V6.6 Part II (just the speeds feeds features please) appeared first on StorageIOblog.

VMware vSAN V6.6 Part V (vSAN evolution and summary)

Storage IO Blog

VMware vSAN V6.6 Part V (vSAN evolution and summary) In case you missed it, VMware announced vSAN v6.6 hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) software defined data infrastructure solution. This is the fifth of a five-part series about VMware vSAN V6.6. View Part I here, Part II (just the speeds feeds please) is located here, part III (reducing […] The post VMware vSAN V6.6 Part V (vSAN evolution and summary) appeared first on StorageIOblog.

VMware vSAN V6.6 Part IV (HCI scaling ROBO and data centers today)

Storage IO Blog

VMware vSAN V6.6 Part IV (HCI scaling ROBO and data centers today) In case you missed it, VMware announced vSAN v6.6 hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) software defined data infrastructure solution. This is the fourth of a five-part series about VMware vSAN V6.6. View Part I here, Part II (just the speeds feeds please) is located here, […] The post VMware vSAN V6.6 Part IV (HCI scaling ROBO and data centers today) appeared first on StorageIOblog.

VMware vSAN V6.6 Part III (reducing costs complexity)

Storage IO Blog

VMware vSAN V6.6 Part III (Reducing costs complexity) In case you missed it, VMware announced vSAN v6.6 hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) software defined data infrastructure solution. This is the third of a five-part series about VMware vSAN V6.6. View Part I here, Part II (just the speeds feeds please) is located here, part IV (scaling ROBO […] The post VMware vSAN V6.6 Part III (reducing costs complexity) appeared first on StorageIOblog.

August Server StorageIO Update Newsletter – NVM and Flash SSD Focus

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In addition to NAND flash, other forms of NVM include Non Volatile Random Access Memory (NVRAM), Read Only Memory (ROM) along with some emerging new technologies including the recently announced Intel and Micron 3D XPoint among others. This months feature topic theme is Non Volatile Memory (NVM) which includes technologies such as NAND flash commonly used in Solid State Devices (SSDs) storage today, as well as in USB thumb drive, mobile and hand-held devices among many other uses.

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Server StorageIO August 2016 Update Newsletter

Storage IO Blog

However something else at FMS besides variations of Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) including SSD, NAND, Flash, Storage Class Memory (SCM) such as 3D XPoint (among its new marketing names) along with NVM Expres (NVMe) was NVMe over Fabric. With VMworld coming up this week, rest assured, there will be plenty to talk about and discuss in the following weeks. However for now, here are a few things from this past month.

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Beyond SDDC: New Convergence Models In The Data Center

Chuck's Blog - EMC

robotic automation, 3D printing, etc.), The analogy works here: virtualization, cloud and now SDDC are new developments in IT.  At some point, everything has to run on physical stuff: servers, networks, storage, residing in a data center, supplied by power, etc.    Even clouds :). At a high level, their job is simple: stand up the physical resources (compute, network, storage) that are used by other teams. 

The Hacker Mind Podcast: Hacking Behavioral Biometrics

ForAllSecure

Humans, through different attributes, and you know we have different attributes like fingerprints, iris things and backup your hand, facial recognition features way we walk EKG and all this kind of stuff. Once upon a time, facial unlock, and then the 3d kind of take on that.

SeanDaniel.com [tech]: My Favorite PlayBook apps

Sean Daniel

I have “The Weather Network” on my iPad, which you can find under WeatherEye in the App World, it gives more data and is also a great app, but not as pretty as the built in Weather app. ScoreMobile – [ view ] This is my second favorite sport tracking app on the iPad (I replaced it with the Canadian TSN/Toronto Sports Network app), so it was nice to see an old favorite in the App World to help me track my hockey, soccer, and football. Backup. (14). Backup.

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