Did Someone say NVMe? Playing ‘Whack-A-Mole’ In The Storage Industry

In the technology industry we often talk about Moore’s Law, named for the infamous co-founder of Intel, Gordon Moore. For more than 50 years, Moore’s theory that compute would increase in performance and decrease in cost at an exponential pace has basically held true. Even when we believe we have reached a plateau in a…

Kaminario and Cisco work to meet the challenges of today’s on-demand world

The data center is experiencing a great challenge as on-demand applications and “as a service” infrastructure needs tax current capabilities. In this new normal, dynamic workloads and real time analytics require an agile, scalable infrastructure which provides predictable low latency. Various new storage paradigms have emerged to address these needs, including hyperconverged infrastructure, software defined…

“Be Tomorrow” Meets “Storage for What’s Next”

On Aug. 28, the IT world will converge in Las Vegas for the annual storage conference, VMworld. Over the past decade server virtualization, enabling a single server to host multiple applications, has become so commonplace that IT organizations take it for granted. Therefore, interest in the IT community has shifted to “what’s next?” VMware answered…