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06 Sep 2017 Your Enterprise Data Management Strategy Needs a Superhero [66141]
Search Storage, September 6th, 2017

"Data management products are the Superman, not the Batman, of storage. They have built-in superpowers that provide the innate power needed to manage data....

s it just me, or are meta-humans becoming meta-boring? Summer 2017 seems to have passed by in a blur, punctuated every few days by yet another "blockbuster" movie based on a Marvel or DC superhero. My kids want to see every one, of course, despite the commonality of the plot lines..."
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05 Sep 2017 5 Things You Need to Plan for When Migrating Data to the Cloud or Back Out of It [66115]
insideBIGDATA, September 5th, 2017

"In this special guest feature, Caio Milani, Director of Product Management at MarkLogic, discusses the need to have an exit strategy when embracing cloud technology in the event you decide to get the data out of one cloud and move it to another, or move it back to your own data center. He also offers 5 things you need to plan for when migrating data to the cloud or back out of it. Caio is responsible for various aspects of the product including infrastructure, operations, security, cloud and performance. Prior to joining MarkLogic, he held product management roles at EMC and Symantec where he was responsible for storage, high availability and management products..."
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04 Sep 2017 The Sudden Death and Eternal Life of Solaris [66099]
By Bryan Cantrill

Bryan Cantrill blogs, "As had been rumored for a while, Oracle effectively killed Solaris on Friday 'Sept. 1st'. When I first saw this, I had assumed that this was merely a deep cut, but in talking to Solaris engineers still at Oracle, it is clearly much more than that. It is a cut so deep as to be fatal: the core Solaris engineering organization lost on the order of 90% of its people, including essentially all management.

Of note, among the engineers I have spoken with, I heard two things repeatedly: 'this is the end' and (from those who managed to survive Friday) 'I wish I had been laid off.' Gone is any of the optimism (however tepid) that I have heard over the years - and embarrassed apologies for Oracle's behavior have been replaced with dismay about the clumsiness, ineptitude and callousness with which this final cut was handled..."
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04 Sep 2017 The Sudden Death and Eternal Life of Solaris [66181]
By Bryan Cantrill

Bryan blogs at The Observation Deck, "As had been rumored for a while, Oracle effectively killed Solaris on Friday [the 1st]. When I first saw this, I had assumed that this was merely a deep cut, but in talking to Solaris engineers still at Oracle, it is clearly much more than that. It is a cut so deep as to be fatal: the core Solaris engineering organization lost on the order of 90% of its people, including essentially all management.

Of note, among the engineers I have spoken with, I heard two things repeatedly: 'this is the end' and (from those who managed to survive Friday) 'I wish I had been laid off.' Gone is any of the optimism (however tepid) that I have heard over the years - and embarrassed apologies for Oracle's behavior have been replaced with dismay about the clumsiness, ineptitude and callousness with which this final cut was handled..."
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10 Aug 2017 Agile Leadership Conference 2017 [66095]
Thursday, November 2th, 2017: 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

The Light Box - Miami

With Keynotes by two TEDx Talkers Richard Sheridan, Achim Nowak, 2 Parallel Conference Tracks and Open Space . Join us for a Day of Learning and Connecting in the Sunshine State.

Organizations acknowledge the need for Agility. So we have introduced Scrum, frameworks like SAFe and as management we have become more servant in leadership style. Results are being achieved, but how do we reach our full potential? It is time for new insights. Agile Miami 2017 leads the way.

Our typical conference participants are today's leaders, managers, directors and board members, but also for those interacting with the leaders (e.g. Architects, Product Owners, Product Management, Portfolio Management and Agile Coaches).

Joe Krebs
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