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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 issues they were with media management that could compound into massive issues of not just failed media []

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 get into the “Kloud” both of them desire to be present at one layer of the stack. []

Why Openstack dashboard is built in Django? | CHANGE as a Service

Ver interesting post memo, thanks very much for sharing this information with us. Django and web2py are excellent ‘full stack’ web frameworks with similar features and capabilities. Lying if I say that someone has a feature that the other has not, at least to my knowledge, but  as mention Gabriel Hurley in the mailing list:  “At the point at which the Horizon project first began the handful of folks working on it wanted a Python web framework that would get them up []

Change as a Business Enabler (recall)

Rutabaga Law describes in a few words, the constant necessity of being prepared for change to face today’s customer demands. Consumers are setting the way to make today’s business, consumers have taken control of the market and companies profits. Our good friend Michel Bouffier posted a nice note called “Change as a Business Enabler” few weeks ago. The first time that I read it, I didn’t pay so much attention to this quote. However, I’ve got several recalls to this sentence over the []