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VNXe More than Just Storage

January 25, 2011
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Given the VNXe's expandability to include fibre channel cards in the future. This storage looks very attractive to those SMBs who have made the investment previously to move towards fibre. Making use of your existing infrastructure whether fabric or Ethernet would lower the cost of adoption for the low-end EMC product. The VNXe's expandability is…

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EMC VNXe Spurs Thinking Outside the Box

January 21, 2011
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Chad Sakac mentions on his blog that VNXe "uses a completely homegrown EMC innovation (C4LX and CSX) to virtualize, encapsulate whole kernels and other multiple high performance storage services into a tight, integrated package." Well this has gotten me to thinking about other uses of VNXe. If EMC could manage to "refactor" or encapsulate a…

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Acadia and Its Place in the World

September 28, 2010
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I can remember, in what seems like a really long time ago, about the creation of a new company, Acadia, that will support the coalition of VMware, Cisco and EMC’s vBlock product. I had really long forgotten about the new company that was going to be formed when EMC really started their hiring blitz and…

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A Rising Tide Lifts all Virtual Boats

April 26, 2010
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VMware, Citrix, EMC, NetApp and Intel have all reported strong earnings for Q1/2009. This suggests that virtualization is helping the technology sector lead the economy out of the recession. This trend should continue as economies improve worldwide and these vendors can start to chalk up global growth.

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GestaltIT Tech Field Day: Virtualization Line Up

April 19, 2010
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GestaltIT Tech Field Day: Virtualization Line Up

I participated in GestaltIT's TechFieldDay which is a sort of inverse conference, where the bloggers and independent analysts go to the vendors and then discuss the information they have received. We visited the following virtualization vendors: * vKernel where we were introduced to their Predictive Capacity Planning tools * EMC where we discussed integration of…

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GestaltIT Tech Field Day: Storage Line Up

April 15, 2010
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GestaltIT Tech Field Day: Storage Line Up

I participated in GestaltIT's TechFieldDay which is a sort of inverse conference, where the bloggers and independent analysts go to the vendors and then discuss the information they have received. We visited the following storage vendors: * Data Robotics where we were introduced to the new Drobo FS * EMC where we discussed stretched storage…

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VMware + Ionix Assets – Impact Upon the Virtualization Management Market

March 31, 2010
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VMware + Ionix Assets – Impact Upon the Virtualization Management Market

VMware intends to in an 18 to 24 month period come out with a true management stack that addresses capacity management, infrastructure performance, applications performance (and service assurance), configuration management, lifecycle management, extended provisioning and wrap all of that into a service catalog that lets IT provide a menu of services that can then be…

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VMware and the Ionix Assets – A Deeper Look

March 4, 2010
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VMware and the Ionix Assets – A Deeper Look

For at least the last year, VMware has made it very clear that it views virtualization as a catalyst that will enable the delivery of a new management stack into the enterprise, and that VMware intends to be the vendor of that management stack. This is obviously in competition with the vast majority of the…

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News: VMware to Acquire IT Management Products From EMC

February 26, 2010
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VMware and EMC today announced that the two companies have entered into a definitive agreement for VMware to acquire certain software products and expertise from EMC's Ionix IT management business, including solutions aimed at delivering improved management and deployment of servers and applications in a virtualized data center.

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