Dan Frith

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20 years in IT working for mid-size government and VARs in a big country town called Brisbane. I now manage storage and data protection products for a large telco. I like things that go in racks and making life easier through smarter process and cool technology applications.




Links with Tag @PenguinPunk

  1. Kemp Keeps ECS Balanced
  2. Liqid Are Dynamic in the DC
  3. Dell Technologies World 2019 – (Fairly) Full Disclosure
  4. Dell – Dell Technologies World 2019 – See You Soon Las Vegas
  5. Storage Field Day 18 – Wrap-Up and Link-O-Rama
  6. Datera and the Rise of Enterprise Software-Defined Storage
  7. WekaIO Continues to Evolve
  8. VAST Data – No More Tiers Means No More Tears?
  9. IBM Spectrum Protect Plus – More Than Meets the Eye
  10. Western Digital Are Keeping Composed
  11. StorPool and the Death of Hardware-Defined Storage
  12. NetApp and the Space in Between
  13. Cohesity Is (Data)Locked In
  14. Storage Field Day 18 – Day 0
  15. Komprise Continues to Gain Momentum
  16. Storage Field Day – I’ll Be At Storage Field Day 18
  17. NVMesh 2 – A Compelling Sequel From Excelero
  18. Storage Field Day 17 – Wrap-up and Link-o-rama
  19. StarWind Continues To Do It Their Way
  20. Intel’s Form Factor Is A Factor
  21. NGD Systems Are On The Edge Of Glory
  22. I Need Something Like Komprise For My Garage
  23. Storage Field Day 17 – (Fairly) Full Disclosure
  24. Storage Field Day 17 – Day 0
  25. Storage Field Day – I’ll Be At Storage Field Day 17
  26. Pure Storage – You’ve Come A Long Way
  27. Storage Field Day 15 – Wrap-up and Link-o-rama
  28. Druva Announces Cloud Platform Enhancements | penguinpunk.net
  29. Hedvig’s Evolution
  30. Datrium Cloud DVX – Not Your Father’s Cloud Data Protection Solution
  31. Huawei – Probably Not What You Expected
  32. Come And Splash Around In NetApp’s Data Lake
  33. Western Digital – The A Is For Active, The S Is For Scale
  34. Cohesity Understands The Value Of What Lies Beneath
  35. WekaIO – Not The Matrix You’re Thinking Of
  36. StarWind VTL? What? Yes, And It’s Great!
  37. Cohesity Basics – Auto Protect
  38. Dropbox – It’s Scale Jim, But Not As We Know It
  39. IBM Spectrum Protect Plus Has A Nice Focus On Modern Data Protection
  40. Storage Field Day 15 – (Fairly) Full Disclosure
  41. Storage Field Day 15 – Day 0
  42. Storage Field Day – I’ll Be At Storage Field Day 15
  43. E8 Storage Announces Software-only Offering
  44. Cloudian Announces HyperFile, Makes Object Better
  45. Elastifile Add More Elasticity To Their Offering
  46. Primary Data – Seeing the Future
  47. X-IO Announces ISE 900 Series G4
  48. Have Axellio Edge, Will Travel
  49. Kingston’s NVMe Line-up Is The Life Of The Party
  50. Druva Is Useful, And Modern
  51. The Thing About NetApp HCI Is …
  52. Tech Field Day – I’ll Be At TFD Extra at VMworld US 2017
  53. Uila are Using Your Network (and some smart analytics) to Understand What’s Really Going On
  54. Primary Data Attacks Application Ignorance
  55. Storage Field Day 13 – Wrap-up and Link-o-rama
  56. StorageCraft Are In Your Data Centre And In The Cloud
  57. SNIA’s Swordfish Is Better Than The Film
  58. ScaleIO Is Not Your Father’s SDS
  59. Dell EMC’s Isilon All-Flash Is Starting To Make Sense
  60. X-IO Technologies Are Living On The Edge
  61. Dell EMC’s in the Midst of a Midrange Resurrection
  62. NetApp Doesn’t Want You To Be Special (This Is A Good Thing)
  63. Storage Field Day Exclusive at Pure//Accelerate 2017 – FlashBlade 2.0
  64. Storage Field Day Exclusive at Pure//Accelerate 2017 – Purity Update
  65. Storage Field Day 13 – (Fairly) Full Disclosure
  66. Storage Field Day Exclusive at Pure//Accelerate 2017 – General Session Notes
  67. Storage Field Day 13 – Day 0
  68. Storage Field Day – I’ll Be At Storage Field Day 13 and Pure Accelerate
  69. Storage Field Day 12 – Wrap-up and Link-o-rama
  70. SNIA Know What Time It Is
  71. Datera – Hybrid Is The New Black
  72. There’s A Whole Lot More To StarWind Than Free Stuff
  73. Intel Are Putting Technology To Good Use
  74. NetApp Aren’t Just a Pretty FAS
  75. Nimble Storage Gets Cloudy
  76. Excelero are doing what? For how much?
  77. Ryussi – Or Why Another SMB Stack Is Handy
  78. Storage Field Day 12 – (Fairly) Full Disclosure
  79. Storage Field Day 12 – Day 0
  80. Cloudian Announces HyperStore 4000 – Gets Super Dense
  81. Storage Field Day – I’ll Be At Storage Field Day 12
  82. ClearSky Data Are Here To Help
  83. Scality’s RING has a lot going on
  84. So NooBaa, eh?
  85. VMware – VMworld 2016 – (Fairly) Full Disclosure
  86. Maxta Introduces “Freemium” Hyperconverged Solution
  87. Paessler have been doing this for a while now
  88. Cohesity Continues to Evolve
  89. Datera Announces Integration With Google’s Kubernetes
  90. Data Virtualisation is More Than Just Migration for Primary Data
  91. Storage Field Day 10 – Wrap-up and Link-o-rama
  92. It’s Hedvig, not Hedwig
  93. The Cool Thing About Datera Is Intent
  94. Exablox Isn’t Just Pretty Hardware
  95. Nimble Storage are Relentless in their Pursuit of Support Excellence
  96. Cloudian Does Object Smart and at Scale
  97. Tintri Keep Doing What They Do, And Well
  98. Pure Storage really aren’t a one-trick pony
  99. Kaminario are doing some stuff we’ve seen before, but that’s okay
  100. Storage Field Day 10 – (Fairly) Full Disclosure
  101. Storage Field Day 10 – Day 0
  102. Scale Computing Announces Support For Hybrid Storage and Other Good Things
  103. Storage Field Day – I’ll Be At SFD10
  104. Cohesity Announces Hybrid Cloud Strategy
  105. Pure Storage Announces FlashBlade, FlashArray//m10 and FlashStack CI Enhancements
  106. Cohesity Announces Cohesity Data Platform 2.0
  107. Violin Memory Announces Additions To FSP Range
  108. NexGen Storage – Storage QoS and other good things
  109. Storage Field Day 8 – Wrap-up and Link-o-rama
  110. Intel – They really are “Inside”
  111. Qumulo – Storage for people who care about their data
  112. INFINIDAT – What exactly is a “Moshe v3.0”?
  113. Coho Data – It’s numerology, but not as we know it
  114. Nimble Storage – InfoSight is still awesome
  115. Primary Data – Because we all want our storage to do well
  116. Pure Storage – Orange is the new black, now what?
  117. Violin Memory – Sounds a lot better than it used to
  118. Cohesity – There’s more to this than just “Secondary Storage”
  119. Storage Field Day 8 – (Fairly) Full Disclosure
  120. Storage Field Day 8 – Day 0
  121. Cohesity Data Platform is now GA
  122. Storage Field Day – I’ll be at SFD8
  123. Pure Storage Announces FlashArray//m, Evergreen Storage and Pure1
  124. Storage Field Day 7 – Wrap-up and Link-o-rama
  125. Storage Field Day 7 – Day 2 – VMware
  126. Storage Field Day 7 – Day 3 – Cloudian
  127. Transporter Revisited – Part 1 – Introduction
  128. Transporter Revisited – Part 2 – Testing and Final Thoughts
  129. Storage Field Day 7 – Day 3 – Maxta
  130. Storage Field Day 7 – Day 2 – Springpath
  131. Storage Field Day 7 – Day 1 – Primary Data
  132. Storage Field Day 7 – Day 1 – Kaminario
  133. Storage Field Day 7 – Day 1 – Catalogic Software
  134. Storage Field Day 7 – Day 3 – Exablox
  135. Storage Field Day 7 – Day 2 – Connected Data
  136. Storage Field Day 7 – (Fairly) Full Disclosure
  137. Storage Field Day 7 – Day 0
  138. Storage Field Day – I’ll be at SFD7
  139. VMware and StorMagic – Happy Days at the Edge
  140. Pure Storage – “Architecture Matters”
  141. Storage Field Day 6 – Wrap-up and Link-o-rama
  142. Storage Field Day 6 – Day 2 – Coho Data
  143. Storage Field Day 6 – Day 3 – NEC
  144. Storage Field Day 6 – Day 1 – Tegile
  145. Storage Field Day 6 – (Fairly) Full Disclosure
  146. Storage Field Day 6 – Day 3 – Nimble Storage
  147. Storage Field Day 6 – Day 2 – Nexenta
  148. Storage Field Day 6 – Day 1 – StorMagic
  149. Storage Field Day 6 – Day 2 – Pure Storage
  150. Storage Field Day 6 – Day 1 – Avere
  151. Storage Field Day – Day 0
  152. Storage Field Day – I’ll be at SFD6