Chin-Fah Heoh

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Mr. Chin-Fah Heoh is the Founder and Managing Consultant of Storage Networking Academy and a storage evangelist.

He is an active technology blogger in his blog (http://storagegaga.com) since July 2011. His views on storage networking, virtualization, data management, cloud computing and data science has been getting rave comments and reviews from industry peers worldwide.

He is the Chairman of SNIA Malaysia (2010-2012, 2014-present) in which he mooted and initiated with SNIA International in 2008. He was the SNIA South Asia non-voting representative to SNIA Technical Council in the US for 2013-2014 and also the Vice Chairman of the Data Storage & Data Management SIG with MNCC (Malaysia National Computer Confederation).

He has held various technology positions in the past 20+ years with NetApp, EMC, Sun Microsystems and Hitachi Data Systems.

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Links with Tag @StorageGaga

  1. Is Pure Play Storage good?
  2. Disaggregation or hyperconvergence?
  3. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to prove skeptics wrong
  4. The Network is Still the Computer
  5. The Dell EMC Data Bunker
  6. Hammering Next Gen Hybrid Clouds
  7. My first Tech Field Day
  8. The Commvault 5Ps of change
  9. Let there be light with Commvault Activate
  10. Huawei Dorado – All about Speed
  11. Own the Data Pipeline
  12. NetApp and IBM gotta take risks
  13. Cohesity SpanFS – a foundational shift
  14. Magic happening
  15. Storage dinosaurs evolving too
  16. My dilemma of stateful storage marriage
  17. Always serendipitous Storage Field Days
  18. Of Object Storage, Filesystems and Multi-Cloud
  19. The power of E8
  20. DellEMC SC progressing well
  21. Commvault UDI – a new CPUU
  22. Commvault calling again
  23. Can NetApp do it a bit better?
  24. The Engineering of Elastifile
  25. Ryussi MoSMB – High performance SMB
  26. The reverse wars – DAS vs NAS vs SAN
  27. Why demote archived data access?
  28. Hail Hydra!
  29. MASSive, Impressive, Agile, TEGILE
  30. Convergence data strategy should not forget the branches