Posts Tagged ‘Vblock’
So everyone is grabbing his infrastructure and looking in which ways they can propel their stuff “into the cloud”. Different vendors have different visions of how the cloud should look like. But why not shoot ourselves beyond the StarTrek era, and then look back? Let’s try to reverse engineer the cloud of the future back into current and future solutions!
In Star Trek the toilet is never clogged
Very true. In Star Trek the toilets are never clogged. They probably solved this issue at least 400 years ago. In fact Read the rest of this entry »
Even though this blog mainly focusses on technical geeky things, it cannot be denied that as infrastructures grow, the deep-down technical details get covered up more and more by the sheer size of things. As customers need to grow their environments more and faster, they have a need to make things decide for themselves, automate more and more. Yesterday you bought boxes and cables. Tomorrow you buy a converged infrastructure like VCE’s Vblock. But what about today? EMC is about to fill that gap…
The Cake Story
To explain the difference between a build-your-own and a Vblock, there is this great story where the parallel is drawn to birthday cakes: Read the rest of this entry »
This year another EMC world is surely going to rock the house once again. It’s party time again from May 9th to 12th in Las Vegas!
When will the fun EVER stop? 2011 is going to be a rocking year for EMC, full of groundbreaking records and very cool products. Ranging from security through backup to disaster recovery – All within EMCs balanced portfolio.