Tag: cloud-computing

Open Convergence and The Hottest Startup in Silicon Valley on SiliconAngle VMworld ’17

During VMworld, I had the opportunity to present at theCube on SiliconANGLE TV. Off course, Craig and I chatted about Datrium and Open Convergence technology. If you are interested in learning about OCI and want to understand the differences between HCI and OCI I recommend you to watch this video. “Datrium is the hottest startup …

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Future of EUC to Open-Convergence – DABCC Podcast

A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure to join my friend Douglas Brown’s DABCC podcast and talk about the Future of EUC, DAAS, Open-Convergence, and Datrium. I think you will enjoy it!    

In the Hybrid Cloud, datasets must follow applications, not the other way around… and many are doing it wrong.

The definition of Hybrid Cloud may differ by implementation type or vendor, but a common description is that a Hybrid Cloud connects two discrete computing platforms sharing the ability to execute and burst the same set of applications and workloads. These disparate computing platforms typically provide different consumption models (buy vs. rent) that should be …

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