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Poorly-defined storage (and why Primary Data is different)

Enrico Signoretti of Juku comments:

Software-defined storage is something that end users love, and the industry is going precisely in that direction. The only problem I have with it is that, as happens with other buzzwords, the term is being over-abused and generalization leads to confusion. I know that I’m not the first to raise this problem, but now that real software-define storage solutions are appearing in the market, the naming issue has become more apparent.

“Software defined” as a buzzword gets applied to technology way too often. Enrico’s thoughts echo mine on the topic.

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