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GDC – The Ultimate Professional Gaming Event

South by Southwest Interactive wasn’t the only big industry event that happened last week. At the Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2010 in San Francisco I join a sea of characters, in person and on screen, as we all came together for our annual reunion in the City by … READ MORE

Patrick H March 16th, 2010

Keep it Simple, Stupid

I can’t help but notice a continued war of words between the caching and tiering camps. Come on folks, let’s not insult our readers and our customers. Neither option is a panacea – and even together, there are clearly edge cases in which both are ineffective. There is … READ MORE

Nick Kirsch March 16th, 2010

The Case for Supply Chain Integrity

A couple of recent incidents are shedding some light on the complexity of ensuring software code integrity throughout the supply chain. In the first incident, nothing more than a USB battery charger connected to an USB port can turn your PC into a zombie under the control of … READ MORE

Eric Baize March 15th, 2010

Model Mismatch or Model Marriage?

I was discussing Private Clouds with a large group of customers this morning, and was asked a really good question: “Transforming IT infrastructure accomplishes quite a bit, and it’s great seeing EMC lead that charge, but who’s leading the charge in applications? Not just development stuff, but the … READ MORE

David Freund March 8th, 2010

The Tracks of my Tiers

Ever since Tom Georgens mentioned on NetApp’s earnings call that “I think the entire concept of tiering is dying,” there have been a host of articles discussing what he meant by that and weighing in with dissent or agreement. Some great examples are (and more are linked from … READ MORE

Nick Kirsch March 5th, 2010
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