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Stephen Foskett
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This is post 2 of 2 in the series “Viptela SD-WAN Tech Talks - Summer 2017”



SD-WAN is a technology built to connect people and places more efficiently. The initial gains in SD-WAN were about creating secure connectivity between locations with a minimum of effort. Then came...

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Apple Photos isn't the best application to manage a large digital photo library, but the integration with iCloud, iOS, and macOS is extremely useful. But even though Photos can process and store raw images, it is severely lacking in terms of library managemen. I have developed a workflow to remove raw images from Apple Photos and iCloud and thought I'd share it. Hopefully Apple will do better in future releases.

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Julian Wood is interested in hearing more about Scality at the upcoming Cloud Field Day. Here he overviews the company before discussing Zenko, Scality's open source mulit-cloud controller. He also looks forward to hearing more about how Scality sees the growth and use case of non public cloud object storage.

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Julian Wood introduces Platform9, a regular Field Day event presenter returning for Cloud Field Day this month. First, he outlines their past products before moving into what he is most interested in hearing more about, Open Source and Serverless.

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Mike Preston asks the question, "is the storage admin dead?" in response to Andy Banta's NetApp SolidFire presentation at Storage Field Day. He talks storage provisioning and performance as well as quality of service before praising NetApp SolidFire for having "taken some very difficult and complex tasks and turned them into a simple policy."

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Julian Wood is looking forward to hearing from Gigamon at Cloud Field Day. Here, he overviews Gigamon's history and products, but is more interested in what Gigamon will do moving forward, especially as it relates to public cloud.
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