Monthly Archives: March 2012

NFO for DFR

balesio has introduced to me their solutions based on NFO. I commented on the NFO technology for data footprint reduction (DFR). Read about it at http://storagegaga.com/nfo-for-dfr/

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Linking Apple to SAN

I have been very busy, but since meeting with Promise Technology Channel Sales Director early this week, I have decided to blog about http://storagegaga.com/linking-apple-to-san/

Server way of locked-in storage

The storage vendor lock-in is getting worse .. read my views at http://storagegaga.com/server-way-of-locked-in-storage/

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Chink in NetApp MetroCluster?

Find out what could be a weakness in NetApp MetroCluster … check out http://storagegaga.com/chink-in-netapp-metrocluster/

Quest Software going private

Quest Software, the maker of TOAD, will be taken private. Check out my blog entry at http://storagegaga.com/quest-software-going-private/

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Marriage of consumer storage and the cloud

Please check out my latest blog entry at http://storagegaga.com/the-marriage-in-the-cloud/. Thank you

We raid vRAID

More updates about the vRAID technology in Violin Memory. Kindly check out http://storagegaga.com/we-raid-vraid

Protogon File System

A new file system is on the way. It is code named Protogon File System. Check it out at my new domain name at  http://storagegaga.com/protogon-file-system/

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IDC 4Q11 Tracker numbers are in

Continuing the punditry of storage with the latest IDC figures – Check out http://storagegaga.com/idc-4q11-tracker-numbers-are-in/

Violin pulling the strings

New blog entry at http://storagegaga.com/violin-pulling-the-strings/.

Kindly please visit my new URL address! Thank you