John Herbert of Lame Journal writes: And so I proposed, with all deference, Software Defined Field Day. SDFD would be an event specially targeted at vendors who want to display their demonstrable prowess (beyond just slideware) in the SDDC space. It could integrate plays from software companies, white box switch vendors, existing networking vendors, overlay […]
Chris Wahl of the Wahl Network writes: Call it awesome or call it dreary, but I spend a substantial amount of my non-work time trying to absorb as much knowledge on technical topics as is humanly possible. This often ends up distilling into briefings and presentations from a wide range of folks — from marketing, […]
Lisa Caywood from The Borg Queen writes: A sponsor is a slightly different thing. Rather than providing 1:1 counsel and guidance, the sponsor acts as your marketing committee and personal agent. The sponsor is putting the power of his or her own reputation and network to work on your behalf, so in return you’re obligated […]
Aprius, like many startups, have identified what they believe is a niche market based on the overall concepts of virtualization (not so much server virtualization, ala VMware, but the abstractions that virtualization requires) and the I/O bandwidth capacity increases as 10Gb datacenter Ethernet emerges more and more.
Packet Pushers are adding a new series of sporadic and occasional podcasts where we take a single topic, probably technical and very focussed and discuss just that thing. These podcasts should be about fifteen minutes and be brief and possibly even interesting.
See the Drobo in Action, a wide coverage of various Drobo Performance Stats. Here are some stats collected with running Drobo as a direct attached storage and using some benchmarking tools to compile these results. All the performance stats are collected using different criteriaâ€™s that can affect the performance of the Drobo. Also used various connection methods including USB and Firewire to obtain these stats.
Ocarina Networks presented to us during the Day 2 morning session of the GestaltIT Tech Field Day. Their presentation was a deep dive into storage compression and optimization. If you read my Ideas About Presenting To Engineers from earlier this week, then you’ll know what I mean when I say that Ocarina had “black magic” […]
An overview of day 1 of the Gestalt IT Field Day
GestaltIT Tech Field Day is over, and the attendees and sponsors have indicated they were extremely pleased with the event. This is not to say that everything went well the whole time. In fact, if you followed along on the social media conversation then you caught some interesting tweets and replies during the brief moments […]