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Software Defined Storage – What are our fabric friends doing?

June 13, 2013

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Software Defined Storage – What are our fabric friends doing? I have been discussing Software Defined Storage for a couple of months now and I have noticed that many of you are passionate about this topic as well. One thing that stood out to me during these discussion is that the focus is on the […]

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CloudFounders: Open vStorage delivers breakthrough software defined storage layer for OpenStack, VMware and Amazon S3

May 8, 2013

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CloudFounders: Open vStorage delivers breakthrough software defined storage layer for OpenStack, VMware and Amazon S3 : VMblog.com – Virtualization News and Information for Everyone CloudFounders: Open vStorage delivers breakthrough software defined storage layer for OpenStack, VMware and Amazon S3 CloudFounders, a leading developer of cloud software, has launched to pilot customers its Open vStorage software, […]

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Software Defined Storage: The Evolution of Storage

May 5, 2013

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Software Defined Storage: The Evolution of Storage Software-Defined Data Centers (SDDC) is emerging as a hot topic in my customer conversations as a means to transform data centers into IT service centers focused on increasing the agility and speed at which they support their application and increase developer productivity. In many ways SDDC could be […]

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HP Makes a Big Play in Software-Defined Networks

April 30, 2013

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HP Makes a Big Play in Software-Defined Networks – AllThingsD Companies in the networking business today like to talk a lot about software-defined networking. The basic idea is that networks should be as flexible as servers. And since a server can, via virtualization, be divided up to act like many, networking infrastructure should be similarly […]

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