Archive for May, 2012
As my first guest blogger, Matthew O’Keefe, PhD provides the conclusion to his 2 part blog on accelerating NAS with hardware by describing the hardware implementation of hardware pipelining.
That’s what the posters say on many walls across the company right now. Why, you ask? We’ve had quite a nice run of delivering industry leading financial results the past three years here at HDS, and just concluded another stellar fiscal year at the end of March. But before I get into that, we’re proud [...]
Today, I get to introduce my first guest blogger, Matthew O’Keefe, PhD. My colleague Matt will discuss hardware accelerating the various components of NAS systems, specifically Hitachi NAS (HNAS, aka BlueArc Mercury), in a multi-part series. Matt’s expertise is in scale-out file systems and kernel development, so you might want to read this thoroughly. Since [...]
Hitachi Data Systems is excited to sponsoring the SAP SAPPHIRE NOW and ASUG 2012. The HDS team is off to sunny Orlando, Florida. The conference is being held this week from May 14th-16th at the Orange County Convention Center. HDS is an Onyx level sponsor, so we will be actively involved throughout the conference.
I can’t help but enjoy reading some of the comments, debates and other various blog articles on optical storage technologies, especially on technology durability and media longevity, even more when compared to tape storage for long-term digital archiving or as a slightly active data repository. Back in November 2011, I wrote a blog on the [...]
Last week’s announcement dovetails perfectly with my current series on data archiving, although the Hitachi Content Platform (HCP) team may not appreciate my angle based on all their accomplishments with HCP product that go above and beyond just archiving. Be that as it may, I can’t ignore an important feature of the new release of HCP, [...]