Matt Leib, Engineer and Presales Architect, shares his post-event thoughts about Tech Field Day Exclusive with HPE Storage 2019.
Matthew Leib was a delegate at Storage Field Day Exclusive at Pure Accelerate 2019 in Austin, TX. In this post, he shares what he learned about Pure Storage and his thoughts following the big event.
Tech Analyst, Matt Leib, shares his thoughts in anticipation of Tech Field Day Exclusive at HPE Storage Nth Symposium 2019.
Hyperconverged Infrastructure has mature to the point where most organizations view it not as a primary selling point, but as an implementation detail. Yet, as any good architect knows, details matter. Matt Leib has designed for many customers and wants to ensure that he is paying attention to the details that matter regardless of the architecture being use, be it HCI or otherwise.
Matthew Leib will be a delegate at Storage Field Day Exclusive at Pure Accelerate 2019 in Austin, TX. In this post, he shares his thoughts as he anticipates the event. Follow Matthew’s series to learn more about Storage Field Day.
In this post, Matt Leib takes a look at Pure Storage’s ObjectEngine. This leverages Pure’s all-flash architecture, combined with extensive compatibility with many backup software platforms, to enable rapid recovery and full metadata tracking across all platforms. For Matt, this full platform vision for data management really stands out in a crowded field.
Matt Leib looks at how Pure Storage has accomplished some very interesting things in its relatively short history. Their FlashArray//X, as of 2018, is an all-NVMe portfolio of arrays, that works as a high-speed block device with minimal latency. With this NVMe foundation, Pure Storage is leading the way when it comes to solving storage problems across the board and helping us usher in the future of storage.
Matt Leib looks at Pure Storage’s newly announced Data Hub architecture. This provides a highly available, massively powerful, and scalable architecture designed specifically for demanding modern workloads around artificial intelligence, machine learning, and streaming analytics.
With VMworld US 2018 just around the corner, Matt Leib looks back at how VMware as a company has changed. For him, the biggest changes have been around storage APIs. He reviews how they have evolved over time, and why they are so important for modern operations.
Bonus podcast episode! I had the privilege to talk to Matt Leib about how he got his start in IT, how the industry has changed since his Radio Shack days, and why the hybrid cloud is here to stay. It was a great conversation, enjoy the audio!