Did you read Part 4? If not go check it out here Part 5: The 1990s In 1994, I founded Ipsilon Networks, where we invented IP Switching. At that [...]
Don't miss reading Part 3 here Part 4: The 1980s Luckily, I escaped to Sun Microsystems in 1982, where my life was all about device drivers... And networking. And [...]
Did you miss Part 2? Check it out here Part 3: The 1970s My Princeton days centered around an IBM 390/91 running ASP/JES3 with its little brother the 370/158, [...]
Did you miss Part 1? Go back and read it here. if not carry on... Part 2: The 1960s By the early ‘60s, sane I/O architecture was emerging and [...]
One of the DriveScale predictions for 2020 is that 2020 is the year of the SmartNIC! But, what is a SmartNIC? In this blog series - covering 7 decades [...]
Brian Pawlowski, CTO DriveScale, talks with RedHat about "Changes to Prepare for as More Industries Rapidly Adopt K8's". Kubernetes promises to bring a new scalable architecture to the data [...]
R is definitely for rabbit holes. I was reading a time travel trilogy, and the author Rysa Walker inserted short stories 1.5 and 2.5 to bridge the three novels. The [...]
Designing Shared Storage for Hadoop, Elastic, Kafka, TensorFlow. As analytics environments like Hadoop, Elastic, Kafka and TensorFlow continue to scale, organizations need to find a way to create a shared infrastructure that can deliver the bandwidth, flexibility, and efficiency that these environments need. In a recent Storage Intensity podcast, Tom Lyon, founder and chief scientist of DriveScale and George Crump, Lead Analyst of Storage Switzerland, sat down to discuss a wide range of subjects including Non-Volatile Memory express, (NVMe), Non-Volatile Memory express over Fabric (NVMe-oF), and Composable Infrastructures.
Tom Lyon joins George Crump to discuss the Purpose of NVMe-oF and Composable Infrastructure. Listen to the podcast "Storage Intensity" here.
Predictions for 2020 from DriveScale included in the Storage Newsletter online publication, featuring Private Cloud, Smart Nic and Kubernetes.