Author Archives: Gabriel

Emerging Trends Weekly-ish – September 22nd 2022 – Job Search Blues and the Beast Needs Skittles

A fairly diverse set in the top ten this week, the main edition has a lot more coming in at 53 stores total, so click the link and go read it all. Well, a bit delayed with this edition but … Continue reading

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Emerging Tech News – September 7th 2022 – VMware Explores Public Cloud

Click the link for this weeks full edition of Emerging Tech News, July 7th 2022. Top Ten stories for this week: The Cloud Is Great for Data, Except for Those Super High Costs Introducing VMware Aria Amazon Saw Arm Server … Continue reading

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Emerging Tech News August 30th: A Great Week For DPU Tech – A Not So Great Week For Me

For some time I’ve been publishing a Flipboard Magazine at the companies I’ve worked for where I collect interesting articles that come across my RSS feed and aggregate them into a magazine that I publish on a (mostly) weekly basis. … Continue reading

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Extending Server Lifespans With Fungible DPU

Since the onset of the Covid pandemic, global supply chains have seen significant challenges. This affects nearly every facet of the IT industry, from vendors, partners, and consumers. All have faced long lead times for components and key infrastructure resources … Continue reading

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Defeat the IO Tax with Fungible DPU and Storage Initiation

The increased need for speed and scale of modern applications has been the driving force behind the growth of CPU speeds and core density as well as the adoption of powerful GPU technologies to support modern workloads that require real-time … Continue reading

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Recognizing Disruption and the Death of the Storage Admin

Fun Fact, I wrote this in November of last year. Still holds up. Figured I publish it.   I’ve spent pretty much the last few years speaking to customers about the many disruptive forces that are invading the traditional Information … Continue reading

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Podcast Idol Application

Dear readers (what few of you there may actually be after a one year blogging hiatus) Oh happy day is upon us, I have returned, just as the phoenix rises from the flames, I too have managed to do what … Continue reading

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Musings on the last year, successful exits, and the future in general

Let me preface this one with there has been a lot of stuff locked away in my noggin that I’ve simply not taken the time to sit down and spit out. Fun fact, I’ve been busy. Since joining SolidFire in … Continue reading

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Too Much Information Running Through My Brain

AKA: A long rambling post of disparate ideas that are loosely coupled together but really kind of maybe not so much. The Police were one of the very first bands I fell in love with. If I go back to … Continue reading

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In Tech We Trust – Live from VMworld 2015

For those of you who missed it live (which is probably everyone) here is the live broadcast from VMworld 2015 with the wonderful panel I managed to pull together by dragging people out of the blogger lounge in the hang … Continue reading

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