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Redundant Array of Inexpensive Clouds – Pt II

In my previous post I started the discussion on how cloud storage could actually be useful to organisations and not be simply for consumer use. Standards One of the big issues that will arise is the subject of standards. To my knowledge, there is no standard so far which determines how cloud storage should be accessed and how objects should ... Read More »

Redundant Array of Inexpensive Clouds – Pt I

Storagezilla was quick to turn a Twitter conversation into a PR opportunity for EMC this week. Have a read. As one of the originators of this conversation, I’d intended to blog on it but was slightly beaten to print. Never mind, I’ve got more content to add to the discussion. The original question was whether IT departments with purely DAS ... Read More »

Distributed Computing Nirvana

Last year I blogged about the concept of storage futures (or options – I’d have to go back and check which) which would allow storage charges to be based on a forward pricing model. The logic for this was to penalise those “customers” who don’t bother to take the time and plan their storage demand requirements. By charging more closer ... Read More »