What RAID should you choose? To making a shift into more performance for less via KoolFit and KIO Networks. | CHANGE as a Service

Julio, thanks for referring me, I really like your posts…specially when you referring me… hahaha “Mauricio is our CTO and is leading our way into higher performing storage at lowered costs. So, while you are looking at RAID group types and cache and LUN distribution across paths and controllers why not just SHIFT! Make a big shift right into KIO Network cloud based on our … Continue reading What RAID should you choose? To making a shift into more performance for less via KoolFit and KIO Networks. | CHANGE as a Service

Virtualization: from the 60s until today | CHANGE as a Service

Short and very interesting. Thanks Raúl… Today, after 40 years, which is really making noise in the industry is the force with which virtualization is breaking precisely these platforms x86, and, of course, the famous microarchitecture of Intel and AMD via Virtualization: from the 60s until today | CHANGE as a Service. Continue reading Virtualization: from the 60s until today | CHANGE as a Service

Under the hood, KVM and QEMU working together | CHANGE as a Service

Memo, I wanna learn more! good post! KVM needs Qemu (emulator) for full hypervisor functionality. QEMU is self-sufficient and  KVM is really a Linux kernel module for exploiting VT-extenstions to act as driver for the physical CPU capabilities. So, we can say QEMU needs KVM’s performance boost and  KVM by itself cannot provide the complete virtualization solution, it needs QEMU. via Under the hood, KVM … Continue reading Under the hood, KVM and QEMU working together | CHANGE as a Service

Rules of the game “PCI Compliance” | CHANGE as a Service

Marco, amazing note. You have exposed everything to get the PCI Compl. thanks It’s a pleasure announce that in September of this year, all datacenters in México, Central America and Caribbean had the certification as PCI Compliance. via Rules of the game “PCI Compliance” | CHANGE as a Service. Continue reading Rules of the game “PCI Compliance” | CHANGE as a Service

How to design your SAP HANA disaster recovery | CHANGE as a Service

Awesome! Emilio thanks for sharing this really good post. IMHO the best way to replicate is thru HANA itself with Bandwidth Optimizers on both sides. also, you have to consider the rest of the applications like BO, or maybe, it’s a suite on HANA, it would be nice how this kind of architecture change. Thanks again for so awesome note. This scenario will work for both … Continue reading How to design your SAP HANA disaster recovery | CHANGE as a Service

I have a crystal ball! Here is a prediction on BaaS. Come and get your answer. | CHANGE as a Service

Just love this post!!! What is backup?  Why do we backup?  How old is backup? What are the challenges?  What has changed lately?  What are clients looking for? via I have a crystal ball! Here is a prediction on BaaS. Come and get your answer. | CHANGE as a Service. Continue reading I have a crystal ball! Here is a prediction on BaaS. Come and get your answer. | CHANGE as a Service

ENTERPRISE MALWARE – PART I | CHANGE as a Service

Ups! I didn’t know malware’s got to such so serious and scary numbers! Thanks Erick for sharing. It’s kind of scary the increase of malware downloads in the enterprise environment. During 2012, almost half (43%) of the organizations had at least one case on which one user downloaded malware in an average of at least one per day, and the remaining 57% experimented one malware … Continue reading ENTERPRISE MALWARE – PART I | CHANGE as a Service

Internet of Things

Thanks marioaaKIO for sharing this Post with us from CHANGEaaS.com. More data to analyze using our Big Data platform. This could be useful for healthcare (prevention medicine). Thanks again Mario, keep it up! We call this, the possibility to connect, via Internet protocols, many human beings and many devices, in the following ways: person to machine, machine to machine and person to person, using wireless … Continue reading Internet of Things

TAPE SUCKS? PAYING TOO MUCH FOR PetaBytes of storage SUCKS MORE!

Thanks to juliocus for sharing this Post with us from CHANGEaaS.com Data Domain the acquired company by EMC made an IN YOUR FACE bumper sticker. Bumper sticker read. TAPE SUCKS. Move on! Data Domain made a splash with this statement. Data Domain became very popular! Tape did suck! What sucked about it? Management, media errors within backup and restore environments. When you looked at most … Continue reading TAPE SUCKS? PAYING TOO MUCH FOR PetaBytes of storage SUCKS MORE!

Interoperability is no longer a matter of choice for big storage vendors to OpenStack

Thanks to jolverar for sharing this Post with us from CHANGEaaS.com I was reading for some information about storage with this OpenStack new way, so I found some news out there covering proposals that involve customer experiences of deploying OpenStack and Storage vendors together technology deep-dives on Cinder and Manila; and who else but the both biggest Netapp & EMC, so I guess when customers try to … Continue reading Interoperability is no longer a matter of choice for big storage vendors to OpenStack