Storage Hypervisors - Video Blog (3 of 3) with DataCore, HDS, IBM, & Virsto

This is the third in a short series of three video-blogs captured with four of the key vendors in the data storage space.

Author(s): Mark Peters

Published: December 10, 2012

In a recent blog entry, I 'trailed' a series of three short videos that I would be posting. You can read that other blog for a full explanation of the genesis of these pieces.....but the quick version is that I was fortunate to run a panel recently with four of the leading vendors in this space. While we'd expected lots of discussion about their different approaches to the storage hypervisor opportunity, the panelists and I soon realized that basic education about the concept and possibilities was a more pressing need than vendor-specific pitching.

And so came the video blog idea. As you'll see, the vendors represented constitiute a good range - from large to small, start-up to giant - and also have different 'takes' on the actual implementation of storage hypervisors. But that's for another day, and another video. By the way, to see the other videos in the series you can see the first one here, and the second one here. For this third and final montage, the interviewees were allowed to get direct (but brief!) about what their particular company brings to the table in this space....


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Mark Peters is an ESG Practice Director and Senior Analyst focused on storage systems. His particular areas of emphasis are block and unified storage systems, virtualized storage, all types of solid-state storage, and the emerging opportunities represented by “software-defined storage.”

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