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21 Aug 2017 Monday Spotlight: Oracle Joins Tegile Speedway Team at VMworld [65867]
By: Zeynep Koch

Zeynep blogs, "The Oracle Linux and Virtualization team will be presenting as part of Tegile's Speedway Team at VMworld 2017, August 27-31st, at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas Nevada.

Oracle and Tegile have been revving-up our collaboration over the last 4 years, including hardware certifications and joint engineering work. As is part of the Oracle Hardware Certification (HCL) Program, Tegile has certified and supported their flash storage solutions on the latest Oracle VM releases..."
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20 Aug 2017 QLC NAND - how real is it and what can we expect from the technology? [65564]
architectingIT, August 11th, 2017

"Since NAND flash storage was first introduced into enterprise computing, we've seen a rapid explosion in the types and capabilities of flash products that can now be deployed in servers, HCI solutions and storage arrays. QLC is the next evolution of cost reducing, space increasing flash technology. What is it and what can we expect it to deliver?" asks Chris Evans in architectingIT.

"Flash storage works by storing an electrical charge in a cell and using the presence of this charge to determine whether the cell is storing a '0' or a '1'. Flash devices lay down billions of cells on a silicon substrate that can then be used to store gigabytes and now terabytes of information..."
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20 Aug 2017 Storage Class Memory Paradigm Still Elusive, but NVMe Is Here to Stay [65570]
eWeek, August 11th, 2017

"Despite all the talk surrounding Storage Class Memory, NVMe-based storage systems are supplying enough speed and throughput to handle the most demanding compute jobs," writes Scot Petersen in eWeek.

"There is a lot of agreement over the latest storage technologies that will drive adoption of flash in the enterprise. At the Flash Memory Summit here this week, every major vendor made an announcement based around non-volatile memory express (NVMe) or NVMe over Fabrics (NVMeF)..."
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18 Aug 2017 NVMe Will Not Replacing but Complementing Flash [65645]
StorageNewsletter.com, August 18th, 2017

"There has been some recent industry marketing buzz generated by a start-up to get some attention by claiming via a study sponsored by including the start-up that NVMe will replace Flash storage. Granted, many IT customers as well as vendors are still confused by NVMe thinking it is a storage medium as opposed to an interface used for accessing fast storage devices such as NAND fash among other SSDs. Part of that confusion can be tied to common SSD based devices rely on NVM that are persistent memory retaining data when powered off (unlike the memory in your computer)..."
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16 Aug 2017 Discover A Data Breach? Try Compassion First [65617]
Dark Reading, August 16th, 2017

"The reactions to a big data breach often resemble the five stages of grief, so a little empathy is needed.

Many of the big data breaches over the past few years can be traced back to things such as stolen laptops and flash drives or compromised end-user accounts that get leveraged for horizontal movement inside the organization. Sometimes permissions on Internet-accessible systems are left wide open by accident or security patches didn't get applied in time, leaving the system vulnerable to attack..."
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