Tag: Powering the cloud

Video: Marty Czekalski (SCSI Trade Association) talks about SCSI

Last week, at the SNW Europe event, I met Marty Czekalski. He works for Seagate and serves as president at the SCSI Trade Association. SCSI Trade Association was formed in 1996 to promote the use and understanding of small computer system interface (“SCSI”) technology, STA is now actively working to promote and develop SCSI standards like SAS and SCSI Express. In this short video Marty helps us to have a complete picture of current SCSI implementations and the next steps in its...

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Powering the cloud, next week in Frankfurt

I’m going to attend Powering the cloud next week. It’s the most important storage expo in Europe and it is also supported by SNIA. It’s a really good event with a lot of interesting sessions and I already have an agenda crammed with briefings and meetings of any kind… but, of course, you’ll also find me at #storagbeers meetup. đŸ˜‰ In other words, many opportunities to chat with other bloggers, press, analysts and vendors! I’ve a lot of expectations, as usual, and I will probably write some news/thoughts from the event right here on the blog. Stay tuned! Disclaimer:...

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Next stop Frankfurt, then US

I’m packing my bag for a couple of amazing trips. My first stop will be in Frankfurt for one of the most interesting IT events in Europe: Powering the cloud/SNW Europe. The week after I’ll fly to San Jose to attend the second edition of HDS’ influencer summit. Actually, they are going to be a couple of busy weeks. I consider PTC/SNWE the most interesting (and important) european event for storage. It’s backed by SNIA, and there are tons of opportunities to talk and share experiences with vendors, end users, analysts and bloggers. This year, I was also invited...

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