Press, Published Articles & Blogs
I had a blast last week at Strata/Hadoop World NY 2014. I got a real sense that the mass of big data sponsors/vendors are finally focusing on what it takes to get big data solutions into production operations. In fact, in one of the early keynotes it was noted that the majority of the attendees were implementing software engineers and not necessarily analytical data scientists. Certainly there was no shortage of high profile use cases bandied about and impressive sessions on advanced data science, but on the show floor much of the talk was about making big data work in real world data centers… I’ll certainly be diving into many of these topics more deeply, but here is a not-so-brief roundup of major themes culled from the 20+ sponsors I met with at the show:...Read More
Ok, who here has used their free Dropbox (or similar) account not just at home but at work? Turns out that most of us do that can get away with it…. As a problem for us end users - who here has run into the edge of their free file sharing account and wondered if they are going to be held hostage to paying $99+/yr for the rest of their life?... As enterprises wanted in on the Transporter “plug and play and we are done” approach to this problem, Connected Data today is announcing their Transporter Genesis appliance. Basically it’s a big brother that comes in a rack mount form holding up to 48TB. They’ve also added corporate-scale features….Read More
Connected Data’s Transporter evolves from a SOHO device to an appliance that provides IT with a private cloud for file sync and share.
Flash delivers speedy, versatile storage that enables game-changing application performance.
- Premiered: 10/20/14
- Author: Taneja Group
- Published: BizTech Magazine
Big data and massive data volumes are now staples in a data center, but dedupe and compression are storage techniques that diminish the overwhelming data trail.
Just because you can add a cache doesn’t mean you should. It is possible to have the wrong kind, so weigh your options before implementing memory-based cache for a storage boost.