Storage Field Day 12 – Wrap-up and Link-o-rama

Disclaimer: I recently attended Storage Field Day 12.  My flights, accommodation and other expenses were paid for by Tech Field Day. There is no requirement for me to blog about any of the content presented and I am not compensated in any way for my time at the event.  Some materials presented were discussed under NDA and don’t form part of my blog posts, but could influence future discussions.

This is a quick post to say thanks once again to Stephen, Richard and Kat and the presenters at Storage Field Day 12. I had a super fun and educational time. For easy reference, here’s a list of the posts I did covering the event (they may not match the order of the presentations).

Storage Field Day – I’ll Be At Storage Field Day 12

Storage Field Day 12 – Day 0

Storage Field Day 12 – (Fairly) Full Disclosure

Excelero are doing what? For how much?

Ryussi – Or Why Another SMB Stack Is Handy

Nimble Storage Gets Cloudy

NetApp Aren’t Just a Pretty FAS

Intel Are Putting Technology To Good Use

There’s A Whole Lot More To StarWind Than Free Stuff

Elastifile Are Doing It For All The Right Reasons

Datera – Hybrid Is The New Black

SNIA Know What Time It Is

 

Also, here’s a number of links to posts by my fellow delegates (in no particular order). They’re all very smart people, and you should check out their stuff, particularly if you haven’t before. I’ll attempt to keep this updated as more posts are published. But if it gets stale, the Storage Field Day 12 landing page has updated links.

 

Ray Lucchesi (@RayLucchesi)

4.5M IO/[email protected]µsec 4KB Read on 100GBE with 24 NVMe cards #SFD12

There’s a new cluster filesystem on the block, Elastifile

 

Jon Klaus (@JonKlaus)

Storage Field Day 12: storage drop bears reunited!

Intel SPDK and NVMe-oF will accelerate NVMe adoption rates

SNIA: Avoiding tail latency by failing IO operations on purpose

Moving to and between clouds made simple with Elastifile Cloud File System

Excelero NVMesh: lightning fast software-defined storage using commodity servers & NVMe drives

 

Arjan Timmerman (@ArjanTim)

The Datera Company overview

 

Adam Bergh (@AJBergh)

Storage Field Day 12!

Storage Field Day 12 Day 1 Recap and Day 2 Preview

Storage Field Day 12  Day 2 Recap

Storage Field Day 12  Day 3 Recap

 

Chan Ekanayake (@S_Chan_Ek)

Storage Field Day (#SFD12) – A quick intro!

Storage Field Day 12 (#SFD12) – Vendor line up

Excelero – The Latest Software Defined Storage Startup

Intel Storage Futures From #SFD12

Impact from Public Cloud on the storage industry – An insight from SNIA at #SFD12

 

Chin-Fah Heoh (@StorageGaga)

Ryussi MoSMB – High performance SMB

The engineering of Elastifile

Can NetApp do a bit better?

 

Dave Henry (@DaveMHenry)

Confirmed: I’ll be a Delegate at Storage Field Day 12

 

Glenn Dekhayser (@GDekhayser)

Intel Storage – Storage Field Day 12

 

Howard Marks (@DeepStorageNet)

Visiting Intel with SFD 12

 

Matthew Leib (@MBLeib)

Open19 Brings a new build paradigm to HyperScale Buildouts

Excelero achieves amazing stats at #SFD12

Netapp – an #SFD12 Update

Nimble’s InfoSight – An #SFD12 Follow-up

 

Finally, thanks again to Stephen and the team at Gestalt IT. It was an educational and enjoyable few days and I really valued the opportunity I was given to attend.

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