Posts by Claus Mikkelsen
At the last SNW in San Jose we had the first panel discussing and debating the Storage Hypervisor and Storage Virtualization. Moderating this ragtag panel to ensure it didn’t turn into a cage fight, was the pleasant Mark Peters from Enterprise Strategy Group. The “fighters” were Ron Riffe (IBM), George Teixeira (DataCore), Mark Davis (Virsto), [...]
Data Protection is important. Anyone disagree with that? I doubt it, but maybe data protection in practice is broken.
Ros Schulman, Data Protection product line manager at HDS, and I, in conjunction with David Merrill, are exploring the economics of data protection in a series of blogs. David will focus on economics while we focus on the technology and practices.
A while back I was being interviewed, and the reporter asked a question that stumped me. But it shouldn’t have.
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).
I just returned from an almost-2-week vacation, and it’s actually good to be back at work. I’m rested and ready to launch myself back into the regular routine. I’ll blog on some interesting vacation observations in a few days, but wanted to cover some recent customer activity that occurred before I left on my global [...]
I just returned from Cleveland and had the honor of presenting the HDS recent announcement of the Hitachi Unified Storage to customers of the CHI Corporation and hosted by the esteemed Greg @Knieriemen, and enjoyed presenting our new product for the first time.
So, as many of you know, we at HDS have been talking a lot of late about capacity efficiency. I’ve blogged about it, Hu has put in his views on it, as has David Merrill, who owns all things “economics” for us.