Archive for October, 2010
There have been a few posts written in the past by Michael Hay and myself about Hybrid computing architectures and the impact these designs are having in their respective segments. You can read a couple of them here and here. These blog posts helped lay the foundation for this one about some of the technological [...]
One of the fundamental tenets for the Hitachi Content Platform (HCP) development team is ensuring that each release strikes a balance between delivering value for both cloud and enterprise HCP use cases. Since Miki has covered some of the cloudier aspects of the launch, I’d like to cover some of the other benefits of this [...]
Over the past couple of years, there has been a lot of discussion about deploying clouds. In my opinion, what’s been mostly overlooked is providing a comprehensive path for customers to transition from their traditional IT environments to more “cloudy” ones – without leaving their current environments in the “legacy” trash bin. Today we announced [...]
Today, we are rolling out a revised version of the Techno-Muse blog as Techno-Musings. While the name change is minor, more significant are the reasons behind the change.
APEX: The pinnacle, the top spot, the crown. That’s a pretty tall order. Or perhaps a clever acronym for the Application Performance Extender from HP. Not such a tall order, actually.
The Government of Singapore held its annual security conference, called GovWare 2010, during the last week of September. This event reminded me of the early days of the RSA Conference when it was much smaller and not so hyped or chaotic. The event was small enough that the organizers could entice the participants into the [...]
Our page size for both Hitachi Dynamic Provisioning (HDP) and Hitachi Dynamic Tiering (HDT) is 42MB, and what other size could it or would it be as 42 is The Answer to The Question.
Last week was power packed with lots of coverage (in fact I’m doing an interview as I’m writing this post) from the Hitachi Information Forum in Santa Clara where we debuted the Hitachi Command Suite (HCS) and the Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform (VSP).