Here are the top 10 blog posts for 2012 from RayOnStorage.com
We discuss our Mac OSX transition from Snow Leopard to Mountain Lion with the good, bad and ugly of Mountain Lion from a novice user’s perspective.
We detail some of the storage enhancements and directions for the latest revision of VMware Vsphere 5.1
We discuss last months ExecEvent Object Storage Summit and some of the use cases driving customers to adopt object storage for their data centers.
We analyze the first day of EMCWorld2012 focused on EMC’s VNX/VNXe product enhancements.
We discuss the new Compellent and FluidFS systems coming out of Dell Storage Forum and their latest RNA Networks acquisition with a coherent Flash Cache network.
Right before EMCWorld2012, EMC announced their purchase of ExtremeIO which was rumored for sometime but signaled a new path to flash only SAN storage systems.
HDS held their Influencer Summit last month and rolled out their executive team to talk about their storage and service directions and successes.
Well after much delay we finally get to see the latest generation Virtual Storage Manager 6 (VSM6) for the mainframe System z market place.
We got to meet with Coraid as part of a Storage TechField Day event and we came away impressed but still wanting to learn more.
Every month (or so) we do a more detailed analysis of a chart that appears in our free monthly newsletter, this was done earlier in the year and documented the correlation between IOPS and drive counts in SPC-1 results.
Happy New Year.