Storage News and Insights for the week of 5-22

This week’s look at news and notes features George Crump and Eric Slack talking to Charlie Hodges about issues ranging from VVols, the importance of Quality of Service in Storage and a deep talk on a claim that “disk is dead.” We also discuss a number of items we discussed on storageswiss.com, including performance testing getting closer to the real world, Dell updates the DR series to develop a no frills dedupe appliance, OCZ’s new enterprise class SSD, the hyperconverged cloud of HyperV and VMware on Google and Amazon Clouds through Ravello’s inception Beta.

Show Notes

What are VVols?

How Storage Vendors Integrate VVols

Why Would you buy a Storage System without QoS?

Did Flash just kill Disk?

Briefing Note: Performance Testing gets closer to the Real World

No Frills Deduplication Appliance — Dell Updates DR Series

Briefing Note: OCZ’s new Enterprise-class SSDs deliver on advantages of NVMe

Briefing Note: Hyper-Converged Cloud for Hyper-V

Briefing Note: Running VMware in Google/Amazon Clouds — Ravello Launches Inception Beta

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