Chris Arceneaux is coming to CFD5, so let’s get to know them!
Recently Packet has announced a new service named Packet Connect. The service will allow customers to provision direct network connections to Microsoft Azure via the same APIs and dashboard that give control over their bare metal infrastructure.
This week Ken Nalbone and Rich Stroffolino discussed if open source has an Amazon problem, the enterprise tech behind Google Stadia game streaming announcement, when we’ll see zettascale computing, and more.
Seeing a new platform like Aparavi take on a increasingly difficult problem that is not solved by existing products and strategies is not only revitalizing to the data protection space, it’s necessary.
Telling people “no” is hard. It’s extremely hard when you’re a company making products. But sometimes “no” is exactly what people need to hear to make them say “yes”. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at Kentik and how a Negative Roadmap is a huge positive for them.
Today on the Rundown, Stephen Foskett and Tom Hollingsworth discussed the big acquisition news of the week, with Mellanox Technologies and NGINX both getting bought. Plus the death of the Cookie Wall, a big breach at Citrix, and more!
Sometimes the old standbys when it comes to tools and technologies really are the right fit for the job. File services are still a reliable means of persistent storage for cloud native applications. Elastifile aim’s to simplify that for customers.
With DirectFlash Fabric, Pure Storage not only addresses the oxymoron of delivering simple and fast direct access storage with enterprise-class features. It also does so without forcing its customers to purchase a new storage array. Max Mortillaro looks at why the NVMe over Fabrics revolution is marching on.
This week, Ken Nalbone and Rich Stroffolino are looking at the IT news of the week with the Gestalt IT Rundown. Did Alphabet just kill Splunk? How did Dell EMC’s earnings look after going public again? What does Juniper Networks’ acquisition of Mist Systems mean? All this and more!
Although infrastructure is beginning to disappear behind an API for use by development and systems teams alike, there is still a team or even a single person behind that API ensuring that operations are smooth and transparent for those who consume said infrastructure. Those individuals or teams are well served by new tools for old problems.