28 episodes

Conversations in and around Information Technology and Data Infrastructure ranging from cloud, DevOps, serverless, virtualization, data, storage I/O networking, NVMe, SSD, hardware, software, software defined, services, backup, data protection, archive and related themes. These are in additions to travel, food, music and fun along with industry happenings. Also check out the related content at storageioblog.com, along with Books (including Gregs new work Software Defined Data Infrastructure Essentials (CRC Press 2017) in person and webinar event schedules, commentary and perspectives on industry activity and news, additional podcast and videos and downloads along with other items at storagei.com. These podcast are also available via Apple iTunes.

Gregs Server StorageIO Data Infrastructure Podcast Greg Schulz Server StorageIO

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Conversations in and around Information Technology and Data Infrastructure ranging from cloud, DevOps, serverless, virtualization, data, storage I/O networking, NVMe, SSD, hardware, software, software defined, services, backup, data protection, archive and related themes. These are in additions to travel, food, music and fun along with industry happenings. Also check out the related content at storageioblog.com, along with Books (including Gregs new work Software Defined Data Infrastructure Essentials (CRC Press 2017) in person and webinar event schedules, commentary and perspectives on industry activity and news, additional podcast and videos and downloads along with other items at storagei.com. These podcast are also available via Apple iTunes.

    Digital, Business and IT transformation, Serverless Life Beyond DevOps

    Digital, Business and IT transformation, Serverless Life Beyond DevOps

    New York Times CTO / CIO Nick Rockwell (@nicksrockwell) joins me for a conversation discussing Digital, Business and IT transformation, Serverless Life Beyond DevOps and related topics.

    • 16 min
    Backup, Big data, Big Data Protection, CMG and More with Tom Becchetti

    Backup, Big data, Big Data Protection, CMG and More with Tom Becchetti

    Tom Becchetti (@tbecchetti and @mspcmg) joins me for a Friday afternoon conversation recorded live at Meisters Bar and Grill in Scandia Minnesota. Tom has been involved with IT, data center and data infrastructures spanning various servers, operating systems, storage, networks, hardware, software for many decades as a customer and vendor. In addition to performance, capacity planning (hence the Computer Measurement Group aka CMG connection), he is also involved in data protection (archiving, backup, BC/BR/DR) and related themes spanning legacy mainframe to open systems, cloud, virtual along with containers. Our conversation spans backup, big data, big data protection, CMG and more as we wrap up a week on a Friday afternoon to talk some tech. Check out Tom on Twitter @mspcmg and @tbecchetti as well as his new website www.storagegodfather.com. Ok, nuff said, for now...

    • 35 min
    Database, Server, I/O Performance and SLOB discussion with Kevin Closson

    Database, Server, I/O Performance and SLOB discussion with Kevin Closson

    @Kevinclosson Oracle and Database performance expert as well as create of Silly Little Oracle Benchmark (SLOB) joins me in a web conversation. Kevin has been involved in database performance (and porting) optimization for decades which means CPU server, memory, I/O and storage issues, resources and tuning. Part of server, storage I/O a tuning is understanding the workloads, also the demands of software such as databases along with how they use CPU and its impact on resources. We also discuss metrics, gaining insight to resources uses, what they mean including how CPU wait may be costing your lost productivity with overhead, as well as benchmarks, simulations, and related themes. Check out Kevins website ( https://kevinclosson.net/ ) to learn more about Oracle, Databases, SLOB, tools and other content. Also check out www.storageio.com/performance for additional performance, benchmark, workload simulation tools including SLOB. Ok, nuff said, for now...

    • 42 min
    Cloud Object Storage EMCcode and S3motion with Kendrick Coleman

    Cloud Object Storage EMCcode and S3motion with Kendrick Coleman

    @EMCcode (Part of EMC) developer advocate Kendrick Coleman (@KendrickColeman and www.kendrickcoleman.com) join me in a web conversation. EMCcode is a group within EMC that is involved with various open source activities both internal and external focused spanning Openstack to Pivotal Cloudfoundry along with existing EMC products as well as those of others including public and private cloud and object storage solutions. We get started by talking about springtime in Kentucky where Kendrick lives along with his new look that could allow him to dress up as @Captainobvious if needed, then exploring more about what EMCcode is about. From there we get into a discussion about cloud and object storage, buckets, containers, objects, docker and microservices, node.js as well as the need for a tool such as S3motion. S3motion is a tool available free (its open source) that I have been using myself for moving buckets and objects between different cloud and object storage solutions and services. Kendrick explains the motivation behind S3motion along with trends in and around objects as well as programming among related topic themes and how context matters. We close with Kendrick giving a great perspective of the one constant is change, something we will have to pick up on in a future discussion. Here are some additional links to learn more about Kendrick Coleman, EMCcode, S3motion along with cloud and object storage including Twitter: @emccode @kendrickcoleman Blog and webs: www.kendrickcoleman.com plus www.blog.emccode.com and www.emccode.github.io along with www.blog.emccode.com/2015/02/12/introducing-s3motion/ as well as www.objectstoragecenter.com ok, nuff said, for now...

    • 18 min
    Catching up with Cash Coleman talking ClearDB, cloud database and Johnny Cash

    Catching up with Cash Coleman talking ClearDB, cloud database and Johnny Cash

    Cashton (Cash) Coleman of ClearDB joins me. ClearDB is a provider of MySQL database software tools for cloud and physical environments. We talk about ClearDB, what they do and whom they do it with including deployments in cloud's as well as onsite. For example if you are using some of the Microsoft Azure cloud services using MySQL, you may already be using this technology. However, there is more to the story and discussion including how Cash got his name, how to speed up databases for little and big data among other topics.

    • 14 min
    Data Storage Innovation Conversation with SNIA Wayne Adams and David Dale

    Data Storage Innovation Conversation with SNIA Wayne Adams and David Dale

    SNIA Chairman Emeritus Wayne Adams and current Chairman David Dale join me in a conversation from the Data Storage Innovation (DSI) 2014 conference event. DSI is a new event produced by SNIA targeted for IT professionals involved with data storage related topics, themes, technologies and tools spanning hardware, software, cloud, virtual and physical. In this conversation, we talk about the new DSI event, the diversity of new attendees who are attending their first SNIA event, along with other updates. Some of these updates include what is new with the SNIA Cloud Data Management Initiative (CDMI), Non Volatile Memory (think flash and SSD), SMIS, education and more. Listen in to our conversation as we cover cloud, convergence, software defined and more pertaining to data storage.

    • 19 min

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