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IBM on Software Defined Storage

I routinely follow a number of blogs by storage industry thought leaders. Among them is a usually insightful blog by EMC’s Chuck Hollis. Last Friday I read his post titled Software-Defined Storage – Where Are We?  As Chuck described, the … Continue reading

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Edge 2013 Day 2 – “I could have cried!”

In my post yesterday I mentioned that we heard the first of over 75 client testimonials being shared at IBM Edge 2013. Today, the client stories came fast and furious. Several caught my attention. Sprint is a US telecommunications firm … Continue reading

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Edge 2013 Day 1 – Clouds and floods of Flash

After using Rainy days and sunshine to describe Day 0, Cloud and Flash seemed natural for Day 1. Not sure where there weather will lead tomorrow. Day 1 of IBM Edge was action packed. With 65 new and refreshed products … Continue reading

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Edge 2013 Day 0 – Rainy days and sunshine

I woke this morning at home just outside Dallas, Texas to a surprise rain storm and remarkably cool weather. A plane ride later I was in Las Vegas, Nevada where the sun was shining and the temperature topped out at … Continue reading

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Has IBM created a software-defined storage platform?

You get to be the judge. If you have been anywhere close to the storage industry for the last several months you’ve noticed that software-defined storage (SDS) is all the rage. One of the difficulties has been pinning down exactly … Continue reading

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