Tag: SFD7

When looking good is no longer enough

Last week I attended Storage Field Day 7. One of the companies I met at the event was Kaminario, producer of an All-Flash Array. This startup has a potentially good product, with its pros and cons, but the question here is: is “good” still enough to have a serious chance of success in this market segment? A few words about Kaminario Kaminario was founded in 2010 in Boston with offices in Israel, New York and Silicon Valley. Its objective is to produce next generation storage systems based on flash-memory. The startup raised a total of $143M in funding (last...

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Storage Field Day 7, links and live stream

With this short post I want to share with you all the useful links for Storage Field Day 7 which I’m going to attend this week. First of all you can find the live stream player down below (or on top of the right sidebar in this website). – All the agenda of the day is available here – All the article already published with the #SFD7 hashtag are available here – And last but not least, are you interested in becoming a Tech Field Day delegate? just follow this link. Enjoy the show and join the discussion on...

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It’s storage showtime! #SFD7

Next week I’ll be attending, once again, Storage Field Day. This is my 5th attendance in a row but I can’t say no to Stephen and his team. SFD is one of the most interesting events in the storage industry and for me it is always a pleasure being part of the group of independent bloggers (here the list of delegates, with comments from Arjan Timmerman) who are there to get the news directly from the horse’s mouth and to discuss the latest technologies! The event is always broadcasted live, and you’ll find a box with the live stream...

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