I started working in the storage industry a long time ago, and I was fortunate to witness the evolution of storage systems from the first RAID systems to the present, with all the software-defined, cloud-integrated, and all-flash stuff that has become common. This is an amazing…
The blog of a flexible
app-aware object storage
Wow! My first week at OpenIO was a blast. I received a lot of warm wishes from many friends, fellow bloggers and from all the rest of the industry. And the most common question asked by everyone was: “what made you do it?”… leaving a “cool” lifestyle to join a small…
Experienced industry analyst brings deep knowledge of the object storage market to help build OpenIO’s product roadmap and ecosystem.
Last week we read an article by Chris Mellor on The Register. While we can’t speak for others, we were mentioned in the piece too and we think it should be clarified as to why adopting ARM CPUs will be much more effective than Chris seems to think.
A few weeks ago I watched this presentation from Peter Levin (a partner at the Handreesen Horowitz VC firm). He anticipates the next wave of compute “after the cloud” when we’ll be going towards a de-centralized world with powerful networks of smart devices that are able to de-centralize data collection, compute and store.
These devices are smart and connected to each other, with some compute power and they can act as a micro datacenter… in your car, in your house, office or wherever.
OpenIO meetup at Dailymotion HQ, Paris
We are very excited to announce our meetup in collaboration with Dailymotion. It will take place Tuesday, January 26th in Paris at 7pm aiming to talk about how OpenIO helped Dailymotion to keep up with its video use case challenge.