Archive for October, 2012
As per my last post we’ve scaled-down Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform (VSP) into a smaller form factor. I’d like to dig in a little deeper and explain why Hitachi Unified Storage VM (HUS VM) is dramatically different than our past efforts with scaled down enterprise platforms such as Universal Storage Platform VM (USP VM). My [...]
Well, we’re a day away from “The Rumble”. Forget about the Presidential debates, the Vice Presidential debate, and the Jon Stewart/Bill O’Reilly debate. “The Rumble” (Tuesday, October 16 at 1:55PM at SNW in San Jose) is for keeps. This time it’s for real. If you’re an SNW attendee, you might consider this event for some [...]
Well, I think it is. In school, I majored in Analogies (with a double minor in Metaphors and Euphemisms) so I think the comparison is very appropriate, and something I’ve spoken much about (those of you having to sit through my diatribes of late will get the connection).
Today Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) announced the new generation of its Unified Compute Platform (UCP) portfolio as well as a new software product, UCP Director.
If you are thinking of deploying a converged infrastructure (CI) stack, you are among the fast-growing group of IT professionals in enterprises and cloud service providers. The promise of CI, – which integrates server, network, storage, element management and in many cases – hypervisor software, is too attractive to ignore. The increasing popularity of CI [...]