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Tag Archives: VVOLs
Software Defined Storage Virtualisation – How useful is that then?
Ignoring the buzzword bingo post title, storage virtualisation is not a new thing (and for my American cousins, yes, it should be spelt with an s! 🙂 ). NetApp [..]
Storage, Tech Field Day data gravity, Data Inertia, IOPS, IT Strategy, Latency, NetApp, NFS, ONTAP, Oracle, Primary Data, QoS, RMAN, SDS, Single Pane of Glass, SLO, SMB, SPoG, Steve Wozniak, V-Series, VMware, vSphere, VVOL, VVOLs
VMworld Europe 2014 – Day Three Roundup and Closing Thoughts
Well that’s it, its all over! Having never been to a VMworld prior to this week, I have to say the event does indeed live up to the [..]
VMworld Europe 2014 – Day One/Two Roundup
It’s now quite late on Wednesday night / Thursday morning and having just returned from the VMworld party, I thought it was worth jotting down a few thoughts about the last two [..]