Category: Architecture Design & Strategy

General Enterprise Architecture Design & Strategy

#SFD14 – Dell-EMC VMAX All Flash Review

The first cab off the rank at Storage Field Day 14, where I was lucky enough to be invited as a delegate, was Dell-EMC with their flagship storage solution the VMAX All Flash. The last time I used Symmetrix with deadly intent, was the VMAX2 for running business critical banking

Attending #SFD14 next week

Long time listener, first time caller, I have always been a fan of the Tech Field Day series, they produce great content. Next week I am attending Storage Field Day 14 as a first time delegate. Looking forward to hearing what Dell-EMC, Scality and E8 Storage have to present over

Turbonomic openSUSE to CentOS Appliance Migration

You may have heard the news, the Turbonomic appliance platform has changed from openSUSE to CentOS. If you want to upgrade your appliance to version 6.0, then you must migrate to the new CentOS platform. You can stay on your openSUSE appliance, but you will hit the version ceiling of

Turbonomic 6.0 is live!

Turbonomic has announced the release of version 6.0 of their Automation Platform. The most exciting part for me, is the new HTML5 UI is now fully functional and you no longer need to use the Flash-based UI (the “Classic UI” will still be present in the near future for the

Turbonomic announces 5.9 release

Turbonomic has announced the release of version 5.9 of their Automation Platform. Most of the new features are implemented in their new HTML5 UI, since their Flash-based UI will be deprecated by the end of the year.

VMware announces Intelligent Operations with vRealize Suite

VMware have announced the following enhancements to the vRealize Suite (vROps, vRBC, vRLI) and vRealize Network Insight.

Nutanix partners with IBM for non-x86 HCI

Nutanix has partnered with IBM to bring their Enterprise Cloud Platform software to the IBM Power System eco-system by supporting Acropolis and AHV on IBM OpenPOWER LC server hardware. For those of you that wrestle with the transformation of non-x86 to x86 platforms, you will appreciate how this will simplify

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