Atlantis CTO’s Top 10 for April 2016
Welcome to my monthly newsletter of trends & observations about Enterprise Technology. I truly hope you find the content valuable and entertaining. There is an overwhelming amount of news sources, social media streams, blogs and white papers. This monthly newsletter will give you great insights and looks to provide you with the news highlights. If you have great articles for me to read, please share them so I can potentially use them next month.
- Storage: For a large magazine, I wrote an article “Most important news according to Ruben Spruijt” this blog posts covers DNA molecules for storage, storage in self-driving cars, flash technoligy and spinning drives future. All topic in one short article, a great read. Please use google translate unless you’re studying Dutch which would be awesome.
The guys from Storage Switzerland shared their insights about de-duplication Not all “Inline” Dedupe is actually Inline – and it matters. Understanding this topic in-depth is important for everyone interested in Software-Defined Storage, Hyperconverged Infrastructure appliances and Modern Workspace/Data Center. De-duplication is an important topic from both a performance and capacity perspective, this technology separates the boys from the men. Howard Marks explains why he was wrong about how hybrid storage systems will evolve in the article ‘The Future Is All Flash, Not More Flash’.
Independent Testing from DeepStorage.net – Deliver up to 60,000 Microsoft Exchange Mailboxes on Atlantis HyperScale which is a great whitepaper.
My Atlantis colleague Hugo Phan, dual VCDX, used the Intel Xeon E5-2600 v4 ‘Broadwell’ CPUs while executing Sysbench OLTP MySQL Performance tests with Atlantis HyperScale. His blog post gives good insights of the Atlantis HyperScale configuration and the Sysbench NoSQL results.
Read the entire article here, CTO’s Top 10 – April