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Smarter, Faster, Cheaper Networked Storage
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Read about how our leader Brantley Coile found himself on his way to becoming a system programmer and protocol designer. #coraid #networkstorage http://bit.ly/2uXINzX
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Did you say No Single Point of Failure? Read how the VSX can help! http://bit.ly/2q9cFoq
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No need to halt your system for a backup this time! Learn about the Shadow and Snapshot features of the VSX http://bit.ly/2FMy5l3
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Are you a programmer? Read Brantley's thoughts on C, memory, and garbage collection here! http://bit.ly/2FAUfGH
#c #clanguage #programming
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The Flexibility of Imaginary Disks

Read more here: http://bit.ly/2H5RlG6
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Bugs, kernels & prints, oh my!
Read the latest from Brantley here: http://bit.ly/2GLkNBc
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Read the latest blog post from Brantley Coile, where he explains the Coraid EtherDrive VSX, and how it utilizes Logical Volume Management.
http://bit.ly/2sBy25q
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Check out the new #Coraid HBA for VMware: http://coraid.com/b161115-new-coraid-hba.html
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From Shugart to Seagate
Alan Shugart and his business partner Finis Conner sat across from John Young, the then-CEO of Hewlett-Packard. The meeting was not going well.

“Al,” Young asked, “why should we pay half a million dollars for 25% of a company that is only an idea in the minds of you and Finis?”

“Perhaps you shouldn’t,” Shugart shot back.

Young and his fellow VCs from Page Mills Group declined to invest.

But that didn’t stop Shugart, it just slowed him down for a day. Shugart’s life is a study in ups and downs, one I think you’ll find inspiring.

Read the rest on EtherDrive Blog @ http://etherdrive.com/shugart-to-segate.html
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The Power of Technology Layers
The core•aid SR704 doesn’t run on the operating system. It runs in the operating system.

This makes the SR704 wickedly fast and incredibly stable, but understanding why is overwhelming without first understanding the layers involved. Heck, even understanding how your laptop works is mind boggling when viewed from the top. How on earth can one person build such a complicated system?

The trick is dividing the complex into simple layers, each with an interface, and the system becomes manageable. Layering.

There are examples of layering everywhere. For example, the internet began as one massive complexity until DARPA engineers realized there were two problems to solve: the internetworking problem (moving data between networks) and the transport problem (ensuring bytes made it to the other end in the correct order and unduplicated).

This became TCP/IP. Two tin cans and a string.

Read the rest of the article @ http://etherdrive.com/power-of-layers.html

#computing #etherdrive #technology
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