Matt Callaway is coming to Tech Field Day 19, so let’s get to know him!
Ken Nalbone and Rich Stroffolino discuss all the announcements from HPE Discover, Nvidia bringing CUDA to ARM, Huawei slashing revenue, and the League of Entropy.
The lack of an object storage service in vCloud director is one many service providers have been attempting to overcome with mixed results. By partnering with Cloudian and offering a native, S3 compatible object storage service, VMware is helping to level the playing field for service providers that are attempting to offer compelling cloud and managed services to their customers.
When discussing a hybrid cloud strategy, much thought is put into making the experience as frictionless as possible. The introduction or products like Azure Stack and AWS outposts have been very popular for this reason, but result in customers being locked into a specific public cloud platform. By providing a platform that is cloud agnostic, Stratoscale is able to make a developer friendly private cloud a reality.
Wes Milliron is coming to Tech Field Day 19, so let’s get to know him! As a Senior Systems Engineer for a regional retail company, Wes has had a passion for technology and IT since he was 12 and has turned that passion into a thriving career. We look forward to having him join our panel of delegates at TFD19!
This week, Ken Nalbone and Stephen Foskett discuss some acquisitions: Salesforce acquiring Tableau and Have I Been Pwned up for sale. Then we turn again to China, and who Western Digital’s blockade of Huawei will hurt more. Finally, it’s Dropbox, and whether their enterprise pivot is going to work.
Rubrik’s latest Field Day appearance was all about the software. Whether its a deep dive into their Polaris platform or Build, their new open source community, Rubrik is committed to creating a great software product and enabling customers to enable a software focused mindset as well.
This week, Ken Nalbone and Rich Stroffolino discuss the Oracle-Microsoft cloud bromance, forthcoming antitrust investigations into hyperscalers, and why the tape industry is trying to kill itself.
Quobyte’s data center filesystem can bring massive scale without massive administration. The software is designed to work on a variety of commodity hardware and stretch the filesystem across multiple nodes to provide high levels of availability and performance without the need for large storage teams.
The hybrid cloud has become a reality for enterprise IT and has brought with it complexity and fragmentation. Cohesity believe’s their platform is something of a Swiss Army knife for data, aimed at simplifying data management by providing a unified experience. The company’s growth and progress towards the vision of a hybrid cloud data management platform is getting closer to a reality as the company and product mature.