Gabriel Chapman of Thankfully the RAID is Gone comments:
Bear with me folks, as this is going to be a two-parter, and yes I ramble when I write, which is also how I speak.
Like many people who work in the technology field, I’m a bit of a pack rat when it comes to old hardware and tech manuals. Rooting around the garage the other day, I came across a pile of Storage magazines from the mid to late 2000s.
In one of the lead stories, “How to provision the right way,” one thing stands out immediately: many of the discussion points and trends from a decade ago are still just as relevant today.
Those who forget the past are doomed to keep storing it on block storage forever.
Read more at: 2005 Called, They Want Their Storage Issues Back
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