It was August 12th. The 100m butterfly finals at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games glued a nation of 5 million to their television sets as their national swimmer Joseph Schooling competed with the Games’ most medaled and legendary Michael Phelps. Smashing the Olympic, Asian and national records, Schooling became the … READ MORE
Database as a Service (DBaaS) is becoming another one of those industry buzzwords that can mean almost anything. Obviously it has something to do with running databases in a cloud model. But technology vendors don’t hesitate to apply that term to any product that’s even remotely related to that topic. … READ MORE
Flash-enabled storage architectures have been in existence for a few years now. They underpin the Modern Data Center, which comprises a shared infrastructure resource model governed by policy-based service quality and automated enforcement of service level objectives. Flash boosts the ability of a storage system to scale linearly in terms … READ MORE
The rate of adoption of flash in the enterprise storage systems market today points to not IF flash will take but rather WHEN and WHERE. When considering the growing use of flash in both hybrid and all flash arrays, there are four key drivers: A declining $/GB. On a blended … READ MORE
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Flash storage is rapidly becoming a mainstream technology. So much so that Gartner analysts predict one in four data centers will move all of their primary data over to flash within the next five years. No spinning disks. When we think of flash our minds jump quickly to speed and … READ MORE
Standing still has never been a good business strategy. The pages of corporate history are littered with large enterprises that decided against embracing change and paid a heavy price. Eastman Kodak ignored the shift to digital photography and drifted into obscurity, Borders failed to launch an e-reader and ended up … READ MORE
CTO’s today are always looking for ways to reduce operational and environmental costs. Good timing, because the IDC Research Storage Team just released an InfoBrief on the impact of Hyper-consolidation on EMC’s VMAX3. IDC validated that enterprises that consolidate their … Continue reading →
Colin has been with EMC since 2004, holding leadership positions within product management and business development. He has been working in technology since 1987, having held prior roles in pre-sales, development, and product management.
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EMC partnered with IDC to capture the global thoughts of customers using VNX2. In today’s business environment, it is common to hear that IT budgets are flat, and in some cases even shrinking, while the demands of IT continuing to … Continue reading →
The implications for what IDC calls the “3rd platform” of computing — social, mobile, cloud and big data — are clear and compelling: enterprises and service providers must advance to the next generation of applications or expect disruption from new entrants and reinvented incumbents. But making this transition can be … READ MORE