Corporate Twitter accounts of companies past are often haunted by their unwitting last tweet. We take a look at some from 2017 to find a few patterns.
Dave Henry of GeekFluent comments: Today Cisco announced their entry in the Hyperconverged Infrastructure marketplace, a solution called HyperFlex. Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) can be thought of as “Virutalization in a Box”. An HCI solution is one that offers everything needed for server virtualization: compute, memory, network, storage, hypervisor, and management/orchestration for all of these. Cisco is […]
Vipin V.K. writes on his blog: The technical discussion was lead by Mallik Mahalingam and Krishna Yadappanavar the founders of the company. As they know their product very much, they were able to get into detail about all the features, architecture and implementation. In this post here, let us discuss about the features of SDS from Springpath. Vipin has a […]
Keith Townsend of Virtualized Geek writes: The abstraction means that a cluster can consist of virtually any combination of storage from bare metal servers running Docker or Hypervisor hosted VSAs. Technically a high-end storage array that has a built-in hypervisor would have the ability to support this container model. While I can’t think of a […]
Enrico Signoretti of Juku writes: A few weeks ago I attended SFD7. Most of the conversations we had during the event where about hyper-converge. And we had at least three meetings where hyper-convergence was at the center of the stage: Maxta, Springpath and VMware. The market is very active, to say the least, and still in a very effervescently expanding […]
Chris Evans of Architecting IT writes: Storage Field Day 7 (11-13 March 2015) proved to be yet another impressive and thought provoking event, with lots of new ideas demonstrating that the storage industry is one of the most innovative and competitive sections of the technology landscape. Over the next few weeks, I’ll deep dive into some […]