Storage Field Day 22 – Wrap-up and Link-o-rama

Disclaimer: I recently attended Storage Field Day 22.  Some 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 and Ben, and the presenters at Storage Field Day 22. I had a great time. For easy reference, here’s a list of the posts I did covering the events (they may not match the order of the presentations).

Storage Field Day 22 – I’ll Be At Storage Field Day 22

Storage Field Day 22 – (Fairly) Full Disclosure

Komprise – It’s About Data, Not Storage

Infrascale Puts The Customer First

Fujifilm Object Archive – Not Your Father’s Tape Library

Intel – It’s About Getting The Right Kind Of Fast At The Edge

CTERA – Storage The Way Your Users Want It

Pure Storage – Pure1 Makes Life Easy

Also, here are 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 22 landing page will have updated links.

Erik Ableson (@EAbleson)

 

Jason Benedicic (@JABenedicic)

 

Brandon Graves (@BrandonGraves08)

 

Mikael Korsgaard Jensen (@Jekomi)

 

David Klee (@KleeGeek)

 

Rob Koper (@50mu)

 

Ray Lucchesi (@RayLucchesi)

CTERA, Cloud NAS on steroids

 

Christian Mohn (@h0bbel)

Storage Field Day #22 — Here We Go

 

Enrico Signoretti (@esignoretti)

 

Wolfgang Stief (@SpeicherStief)

Storage Field Day 22: Ein Ausblick

Data://express 10: Datenmamagement, Backup Und Die Cloud

Endlich: LTO-9 ist da!

 

Justin Warren (@JPWarren)

Komprise Is Klever

Disclosure: #SFD22 Edition

 

Gestalt IT (@GestaltIT)

CTERA: Multi-cloud Unstructured Data Management

Handling Object Storage at Scale with Fujifilm Object Archive

Intel and Lightbits Labs Make Storage Optimization Easy

Pure1 by Pure Storage Optimizes Hybrid Storage Management

Streamlining BDR with DRaaS from Infrascale

Analytics-Driven Unstructured Data Management from Komprise

[image courtesy of Stephen Foskett]

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