Will It Compose?
Welcome to the new DriveScale blog! You’ve found the source for Composable Infrastructure intelligence. Here our technology leaders share knowledge, perspectives, industry dynamics and solution guidance. Tune in often and share your thoughts. Happy composing!
Introducing the Composable Scorecard Today, we define a framework for comparing different technologies and systems in regards to their applicability in composable systems. Think of this as a child’s [...]
Happy 2019 and welcome to the new DriveScale blog! The composable infrastructure market is taking off, and with this momentum, we see new perspectives, players, and solutions. With this [...]
DriveScale hosted Tech Field Day 17 for the second time – our first time was in 2016, you can read about that day here. We welcomed 12 journalists [...]
Many IT organizations are planning to adopt Composable Infrastructure to create a future-proofed, agile, modern data center. We’ve gathered the key questions heard across the globe from leading IT teams [...]
Big Data is exploding. The 3 V’s of Big Data – volume, variety, and velocity – cause unpredictability for IT organizations trying to get ahead of their infrastructure needs. And [...]
DriveScale reached a significant milestone this week with the launch of the first software composable flash solution. After pioneering the composability of compute and disk storage, we extended the benefits [...]
A classic misdirection in almost any unforeseen situation that is problematic, is to focus the attention on something unrelated and question if the issue exists somewhere else. That is to [...]
In a recent interview with CRN magazine, Michael Dell made the argument that “when you automate and modernize the infrastructure…..an on-premises solution is much more cost effective”. You can read [...]
Have any of you read “The Fabric of the Cosmos” by Brian Greene? He starts out the first chapter by describing the opening pages of a dusty old book that [...]
I had the privilege of attending the DellEMC HPC Community meeting prior to the SuperComputing '17 conference. There was a lot of discussion of Deep Learning as a rapidly growing [...]