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.
If 2019 was any example, 2020 will be filled with technology innovation and IT data center transformation. Let’s take a look at our predictions for 2020: The new private [...]
Tom Lyon joins Bryan Cantrill and Jessie Frazelle to nerd out on first calculators, as Tom shares stories from his days at Princeton, being mistaken for someone from sales and [...]
According to McKinsey & Company in their article Transforming infrastructure operations for a hybrid-cloud world, October 2019, “In total, about 65% of workloads will continue to be hosted in [...]
KubeCon + CloudNative North America 2019 Conference (KubeCon) just ended. I wanted to jot down some impressions while they were fresh in my mind. The talks I found most [...]
In this second post of a four-part series, we restart our Kubernetes journey with containers. Microsoft tells us that: Containers are a technology for packaging and running Windows and [...]
Pat Gelsinger, CEO of VMware, recently said “Kubernetes is driving the biggest shift in enterprise architecture since Java, virtualization and cloud…”Well, that seems to clarify what you should be [...]
Kubernetes is rapidly emerging as the standard for application management in the data center.