Is it true that the storage world is upside down in the southern hemisphere, too?
Who does the second-guessing is not always who pays the piper.
Is enterprise content management the next new panacea?
Despite the tens of millions of dollars spent by vendor marketing departments since the late 1990s to evangelize network storage, it has never happened. Until now.
Toigo sorts out fact from fiction
Our column on actual vs. real disk space touched quite a nerve
Lousy component integration and ever-present infighting among Fibre Channel vendors may leave a hole in your wallet
Think you're getting the space your storage vendor says you're getting? Think again.
Testing is absolutely required to ensure that storage “solutions” will actually resemble the pretty picture in the vendor brochure. But what's really needed is the ability to test storage products before you buy them—and under real workloads.
Was development of the SMI specification by the SNIA usurped by a small group of vendors? A developer provides his real-world experience.
Familiar problems are starting to crop up
The SMI spec offers considerable benefits: improved efficiency and potentially huge management cost savings as well as improved troubleshooting capabilities. Yet SMI's poor outreach to end users has been a serious blunder. What the SMI should do next.
What, exactly, is SMI-S anyway? We may finally be able to find out.
The author outlines 10 reasons why he disagrees with the FCIA's view of FC SANs
SCSI implementations may be different in terms of the way data packages flow, but all are members of the same family. Arguments over the superiority of any implementation are heated.