Archive for the ‘Storage Networking’ Category

VMware VAAI Storage Array Support in Plain English

February 10, 2011

VMware VAAI Storage Array Support in Plain English.

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the storage anarchist: 3.020: reality check vsp vaai support

February 10, 2011

the storage anarchist: 3.020: reality check vsp vaai support.

Swear off 3Gbps SATA and we’ll feed your our chips, Intel says – News – Linux for Devices

February 8, 2011

Swear off 3Gbps SATA and we’ll feed your our chips, Intel says – News – Linux for Devices.

1.8-inch hard disks offer more room, smaller footprint – News – Linux for Devices

January 27, 2011

1.8-inch hard disks offer more room, smaller footprint – News – Linux for Devices.

Toshiba announced three new 1.8-inch hard disk drives intended to save space in embedded applications. Featuring special connectors and a footprint that’s ten percent smaller than before, the three MK2x39GSL drives are available in capacities of 160GB, 200GB, and 220GB, according to the company.

the storage anarchist: 3.018: fast vp – world’s smartest storage tiering (part 1)

January 25, 2011

the storage anarchist: 3.018: fast vp – world’s smartest storage tiering (part 1).

the storage anarchist: 3.019: fast vp – world’s smartest storage tiering (part 2)

January 25, 2011

the storage anarchist: 3.019: fast vp – world’s smartest storage tiering (part 2).

the storage anarchist: 3.016: commodity vs. custom, hu cares?

January 16, 2011

the storage anarchist: 3.016: commodity vs. custom, hu cares?.

Intel SSD uses two-inch mSATA form factor – News – Linux for Devices

December 30, 2010

Intel SSD uses two-inch mSATA form factor – News – Linux for Devices.

VMware KB: Configuring and troubleshooting basic software iSCSI setup

December 30, 2010

VMware KB: Configuring and troubleshooting basic software iSCSI setup.

EMC picks Greenplum – Database Notes and Queries

September 21, 2010

EMC picks Greenplum – Database Notes and Queries.