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Building a cloud infrastructure without the cost and risk

Blog  As the core of many MSPs client bases are turning to cloud providers to reduce IT costs, MSPs are facing some unpleasant alternatives. They can become a reseller of cloud services or take on the task (and cost) of setting up their own cloud infrastructure. As we detailed in the last blog, this ...

Last updated: Jul 5, 2011   5:11 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Channel Pipeline
Storage product benefits are useless without good product descriptions

Blog  If you remember the esteem movement of the 1970s and early 1980s (maybe you read about it in psychology class?) you may recall this rhetorical question: Why am I afraid to tell you who I am? The answer went something like this: Because you may not like who I am, and thats all that ...

Last updated: Jan 20, 2010   6:18 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Channel Pipeline
Tangled Up in Clouds -- Interdependency lessons from the AWS outage

Blog  Question: Amazon's recent AWS outage affected a surprisingly large number of sites. What can we learn about cloud resiliency and how can we minimize these outages in the future? AWS, Amazon's hosted web services offering suffered a major outage with some data lose at one of its data centers on ...

Last updated: Apr 27, 2011   4:00 PM GMT  |  Blog: Ask the IT Consultant
Windows Driver Upgrade Tricks

Blog  Over the years, I've always struggled with some Windows drivers that prove more tricky or difficult to install than others. This goes double for those devices whose vendors provide installable executables to handle driver and environment updates, such as Nvidia, Intel, RealTek, Atheros, and others. ...

Last updated: Jun 18, 2015   3:57 PM GMT  |  Blog: Windows Enterprise Desktop   |      Device drivers, Hardware Drivers, Windows 10
iLO 2 Update 2.06 - 06/04/2011

Blog  One of the key things I keep on top of is firmware and software updates. Ilo has been updates at the beginning of the month and a lot of people over look it. So I am here to remind you all of the updates. Below you will find the list of fixes, additions, and enhancements. Problems fixed since last r...

Last updated: Jun 29, 2011   2:06 AM GMT  |  Blog: The Real (and Virtual) Adventures of Nathan the IT Guy
Dell-Nutanix deal can be hyper-contagious

Blog  Dell and Nutanix took a lot of people by surprise this week when they disclosed an OEM deal that will result in Dell selling Nutanix hyper-converged software on PowerEdge servers. If this plays out like other emerging technologies have, you can expect more established storage vendors to partner with...

Last updated: Jun 27, 2014   6:09 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup   |      Dell, Nutanix, SimpliVity
Hillary and Her Phones. Security Faux Pas or Laziness?

Blog  Hillary Clinton puzzles me. She seems really smart - in the same way her husband/president was smart. But maybe shes missing that gene that gives some smart people common sense. Its a theory that the more books you read - and the more degrees you have - the less common sense you have. So shou...

Last updated: Mar 23, 2015   4:46 PM GMT  |  Blog: Security Corner   |      Access, Business, BYOD
Open-source grid storage project goes commercial

Blog  Some of you may have heard of Cleversafe, until now an open-source research project working to develop the prototype of a system that would automatically spread data over geographically dispersed grids while encrypting it. Cleversafe has been making slow but steady progress over the last year and a...

Last updated: Feb 19, 2008   5:03 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup
OpenStack certification: Taking the COA exam

Blog  Are you using OpenStack? Maybe not yet, but it may be in your future. According to the OpenStack Foundation Annual Survey, the number of full production OpenStack deployments rose from 49% in April 2015 to 65% in April 2017. And the trend shows no sign of significantly slowing down. As the adoption...

Last updated: Jun 9, 2017   4:48 PM GMT  |  Blog: Microservices Matters
Disk archiving: How do you know its not the next ILM?

Blog  Disk-based archiving is a popular topic today, one that you might be bringing up with customers or maybe theyre even asking you about it. As we detailed in our article on archiving basics, archiving is the movement of old data off of primary storage and onto a secondary storage tier. Archiving is...

Last updated: Mar 18, 2009   3:26 PM GMT  |  Blog: Channel Marker
Avid’s approach to video storage

Blog   Bill Moren, senior product manager, storage for Avid Technology Inc., with a whiteboard schematic of Unity ISIS 2.0. I don't hear from Avid much, mainly because thevendor is mostlyfocused on video-editing software. So I took their invitation to tour their demo data center at their Tewksbury he...

Last updated: Dec 19, 2008   7:08 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup
Former VMware exec founds virtualization storage company

Blog  Dr. Kieran Harty, VMware's former executive vice president of engineering, is now tackling storage performance and management headaches. His startup, Tintri, launched in March, after two and a half years in stealth mode, and it received $18 million in series C venture capital funding this month. Th...

Last updated: Jun 16, 2011   5:49 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Virtualization Room
Where will VMware draw the line?

Blog  With the launch of vSphere 5, VMwares ESXi hypervisor has absorbed a number of functions that previously were the sole purview of IT infrastructurepartners, especially in data storage. During discussions with TechTarget reporters Wednesday at the companys Palo Alto headquarters, VMware offic...

Last updated: Jul 14, 2011   8:02 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Virtualization Room
SNIA panel: Docker data center deployments inch to primary storage

Blog  Enterprise storage containers arent about to supplant virtual machines, but the trend line for Docker data center adoption is going up. Hurdles of persistent storage and enterprise data protection are being removed, allowing organizations to move from monolithic applications to containeri...

Last updated: Oct 11, 2016   5:30 AM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup
Red Hat Ceph optimized for SanDisk InfiniFlash storage

Blog  Red Hat Ceph Storage software is now officially tested, optimized and certified to run on SanDisks InfiniFlash storage system thanks to a strategic partnership between the two vendors. The alliance announced this week is Red Hats first partnership involving an all-flash array. Ross Tu...

Last updated: Apr 1, 2016   1:34 AM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup
Not everything needs a public IP address.

Blog  For those of you in bigger shops you can probably ignore this. If you work in a smaller shop where everything in the datacenter has a public IP, this post is for you. I find it truly amazing what some people will put a public IP address on, and allow access to over the internet. Granted these t...

Last updated: Jan 7, 2010   11:00 AM GMT  |  Blog: SQL Server with Mr. Denny
Google's Postini services restored - cascading issues caused message delivery issues

Blog  I recently posted about Googles Postini - cloud email security service - delivery issues. This is a follow-on post about the incident root cause analysis and corrective actions. Maybe there's some lessons learned here that you can use in your organization's service delivery. The impact on custom...

Last updated: Oct 15, 2009   12:51 AM GMT  |  Blog: IT Trenches
Giving your Virtual SQL Server direct access to your Storage Array

Blog   The biggest performance issue when virtualizing your SQL Server is storage. One way to fix this is to present storage directly to the virtual machine instead of placing the virtual machines storage within a virtual disk. In VMware this is done by using a Raw Device Mapping. In a nut shell wha...

Last updated: Mar 22, 2010   8:13 PM GMT  |  Blog: SQL Server with Mr. Denny
Preface to 14 Golden Rules of Computer Security

Blog  It isnt getting any better on the Wild, Wild Web, despite state and federal government attempts to arrest and prosecute those responsible for electronically-perpetrated criminal acts. Spyware and malware of all kinds are increasingly more stealthy and difficult to remove thanks to rootkit technol...

Last updated: Nov 24, 2009   3:19 AM GMT  |  Blog: Security Corner
Datacentre management: Taking a Rubiks Cube approach to hypervisor fine-tuning

Blog  In this guest post, Frank Denneman, Chief Technologist at PernixData, advises operators to apply Rubik Cube-solving strategies to datacentre management problems. When attempting to solve a Rubiks cube most people pick a colour and complete one face of the cube before moving on to the next. While...

Last updated: Jun 20, 2016   8:47 AM GMT  |  Blog: Ahead in the Clouds   |      trouble shoot
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