Archive for April, 2007
I had an old stack of articles, destined for my airplane downtime/read-time. I came across a great article that I must have missed from last month’s Storage Magazine, this article is Power costs put the squeeze on storage. I recommend the read, even if you do not have TCO models that need to be updated.
I attended a CSC Consulting conference this past week, and listened in on a forum on Virtualization, and the operational benefits of this approach with servers and storage. I was intrigued to hear the comparisons and differences between server virtualization (and hypervisor) and storage virtualization. Some of the talk went into how virtualization helps reduce [...]
I started last summer writing about the 32 elements that make up storage TCO. After 8-9 months now, it is time to wrap this list up, and move on to discussions and topic of applying the 32 cost types to decisions and strategies.