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The Psychology of Pricing

It’s been another interesting week in IT.  Following on from recent rumours, Nirvanix have finally publicly announced they are closing down, replacing their website with a single holding page directing customers to IBM.  Yesterday, Violin Memory released their shares to the public and floated on the New York Stock Exchange.  Unfortunately there wasn’t a lot of appetite to buy and ... Read More »

Amazon Delivers Cloud Archive Storage with Glacier

At the end of August 2012, Amazon Web Services released their latest service offering – a long-term archive service called Glacier.  As a complement to their existing active data access service S3, Glacier provides long term storage for “cold” data – information that has to be retained for a long time but doesn’t require frequent access. What Exactly is Glacier? ... Read More »

The Cost of Cloud Computing

Over the last month or so I’ve been building a new blog site for my virtualisation discussions.  If you are reading this post, then congratulations!  You’ve found my site.  I already write on storage at www.thestoragearchitect.com but I wanted to segment out the virtualisation part of my work and set some clear boundaries between some of my discussions, hence a ... Read More »