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06 Aug 2017 Maps To The Storage Stars: Who'll Make It Big In Next 10 Years? [65280]
The Register, July 25th 2017

"Which suppliers will be the major storage players in the next 10 years on the same scale as Dell, HPE, IBM and NetApp are today? And how will they fit into the storage landscape?" asks Chris Mellor in The Register.

"This analysis is a personal opinion and isn't based on an exhaustive review of market dynamics, supplier strategy and results and myriad CIO investigative interviews. Your humble hack has written several thousand articles about the storage scene over the year this article is the result of standing back and asking: 'Where is it all going?'..."
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31 Mar 2017 Friday Five - March 31, 2017 [61986]
Red Hat, March 31st 2017

"The Friday Five is a weekly Red Hat blog post with 5 of the week's top news items and ideas from or about Red Hat and the technology industry. Consider it your weekly digest of things that caught our eye...

  • The Register - Red Hat: OpenStack big, getting bigger, OpenShift fatter than Linux
  • Channelnomics - Red Hat: We're giving VMware a 'run for its money' in virtualization
  • Computer Dealer News - New Red Hat partner initiative to target digital transformation
  • Open Source Stories: Road to AI
  • Red Hat Reseller and Alliance Partners Help Companies Find Success with Red Hat Storage Solutions

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08 Feb 2017 Flash! A-ah! He'll save everyone of us... from sluggish disk boxes [60489]
Nexenta, February 8th, 2017

Chris Mellor writes in The Register, "All-flash arrays are now the storage choice du jour for storing fast access primary data but have not been used for storing secondary data, such as unstructured data, ordinary files and just-in-case disaster recovery (DR) data. But change is coming, driven by cheaper flash drives and the realisation that fast access to secondary data is, obviously, better than slow access..."
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07 Feb 2017 Supermicro boasts of secret super server Silicon Valley win [60503]
The Register, February 7th, 2017

Chris Melloer writes in The Register, "Supermicro says it has shipped 30,000-plus servers into a 'Fortune 100' company's Silicon Valley data centre.

The company said its customer had deployed that number of disaggregated MicroBlade systems at "one of the world's" highest density and energy efficient data centres. The data centre has a Power Use Effectiveness (PUE) of 1.06, which, Supermicro says, compares to a traditional data centre running at 1.49 PUE, or more, so the new data centre is 88 per cent better in overall energy efficiency terms.

There is a total 35 megawatt IT load..."
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06 Feb 2017 Javapocalypse soon! Oracle warns devs to bin plugins, fast [60525]
The Register, February 6th, 2017

The last browser to support NPAPI plugins - Firefox 52 ESR - should appear in March

Simon writes in The Register, "Oracle's warned developers who still expect browsers to run code developed for Java plugins to get busy finding an alternative.

The developers behind all major browsers have decided the NPAPI framework invented last millennium by Netscape has had its day, because there are now better ways to do multimedia and other fun stuff inside a browser. Chrome therefore binned plugins in 2015, IE gave up ages ago, the fat lady sang at Opera during 2016 and Safari has stopped bothering too..."
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