Yes, I work for EMC, but there's more -- I've been continually fascinated with the whole topic for over two decades. Although you'll find plenty of product-specific and technology-specific posts in my blog, occasionally I step back and try to make sense of it all.
If you're interested in storage as a broad topic, you might be interested in some of these.
The storage vendor marketplace is a noisy one -- how do you navigate? I did my best to summarize the seven key shifts going on in the storage arena as a guide to help you figure out what's important -- and what's not.
One of the most structurally difficult problems in IT is dealing with data growth. Understanding exactly *why* it's a hard problem is useful, as well as best practices I've observed in dealing with the challenge.
In IT, everything is shifting to an "as-a-service" model, and storage is no exception. Take this fun quiz, and see how you're doing.
Every quarter, IDC publishes its vendor market scorecard, and most quarters, I dig through the results to see if there's anything interesting to be share.
Storage technology doesn't only store data, it can move it as well. This can create a powerful set of capabilities sometimes referred to as "workload mobility". And it's not science fiction, either.
Yes, there are storage geeks out there. I'm one of them. Here's why.