Justin Warren

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Justin is founder and chief analyst at PivotNine. He advises enterprise technology vendors and customers on how to buy, sell, and use technology to solve business problems.

He is a regular contributor at Forbes.com, and provides expert commentary to media organizations globally. He writes and speaks extensively about technology, organisational governance, and digital rights, and tries to help customers and vendors alike to navigate the often bewildering landscape.

Justin holds an MBA from Melbourne Business School, where he received commendations for Brand Management and Marketing Strategy, and an Award of Distinction for academic excellence. He is a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.






Links with Tag @JPWarren

  1. Apica for Complex Load Testing and Monitoring
  2. Nasuni’s Object File System Puzzles Me
  3. Keysight CyPerf for Security Under Stress
  4. Disclosure: #CFD13 Edition
  5. Metallic’s Reverse Takeover of Commvault
  6. StormForge for Optimal Kubernetes
  7. Metallic’s Reverse Takeover of Commvault
  8. NetApp’s Ongoing Reinvention
  9. Infrascale Recovery for SMBs
  10. CTERA Global File Sharing With Modern Security
  11. Tape Lives! At Fujifilm
  12. Disclosure: #XFD6 Edition
  13. Intel’s Support for FIDO Device Onboarding – Eigenmagic
  14. Swimlane Security Operations Automation
  15. 5G Security With Betacom
  16. WTF Is SASE?
  17. Are We the DNS Baddies?
  18. Disclosure: #SFD22 Edition
  19. Komprise Is Klever
  20. Pliops Accelerates Storage in the Cloud
  21. Intel’s New Aggression
  22. Hazelcast Announces Integrated Real-Time Applications Platform
  23. The Many Facets of NGINX
  24. Morpheus Data as Enterprise Glue Layer
  25. Disclosure: CFD11
  26. HPE Acquires Zerto for $374 Million
  27. BlueCat Is DNS for People Who Hate DNS, Which Should Be You
  28. Vcinity Calms the Turbulent Waters of WAN
  29. Cisco Wants Nexus Dashboard to Be Yet Another Single Pane of Glass
  30. Xilinx and the Adaptive, Composable Datacentre
  31. Riverbed and the Search for Total Awareness
  32. Disclosure: Tech Field Day 23
  33. Micron and the Coming of CXL
  34. Illumio Adds Microsegmentation of Microworkloads
  35. MemVerge Is Amazing
  36. Making Bandwidth Work With Riverbed
  37. Runecast Analyser and the Importance of Maintenance
  38. Pure Storage Highlights Challenge of Cloud Infrastructure for Enterprises
  39. Infrascale Helps SMBs Fight Off the Scourge of Ransomware
  40. Morpheus Spends Well With Others
  41. Periodic Disclosure, August 2020
  42. Diamanti and State Management in Kubernetes
  43. Veeam’s SaaS Pricing Estimator
  44. Juniper’s Active Network Defence Concept
  45. Private and Secure Overlay Networking With Tempered AirWall
  46. VMware Adds Distributed IPS/IDS to NSX
  47. PathSolutions Security Operations Manager Helps Humans Find Security Gremlins
  48. SolarWinds Joins the Cloud APM Game
  49. Pensando Expands What SmartNIC Offloads Can Do
  50. DR to VMware Cloud on AWS With Site Recovery Manager
  51. VMware Makes Kubernetes Even More So With Tanzu
  52. Disclosure: Pure Accelerate 2019
  53. Leaving the Ecuador Open | Gestalt IT Rundown, September 18, 2019
  54. Commvault Buys Hedvig for $225 Million to Take on Secondary Startups
  55. Disclosure: VMworld 2019
  56. NetApp Active IQ Adds Machine Learning to Autosupport
  57. Datera Shows the Value of Data in Use
  58. Monitoring Customer Data With Machine Learning
  59. Disclosure: Tech Field Day 18
  60. TFD18 Prep: VMware
  61. TFD18 Prep: Datera
  62. TFD18 Prep: NetApp
  63. TFD18 Prep: Solarwinds
  64. ClearSky Data Raises $20 Million To Fuel Expansion
  65. NetApp Finds Its Cloud Feet
  66. Droplet Computing Makes The Browser The Computer
  67. Disclosure: Cloud Field Day 3
  68. CFD3 Prep Post: Veritas
  69. CFD3 Prep Post: Riverbed
  70. CFD3 Prep Post: Oracle
  71. CFD3 Prep Post: NetApp
  72. CFD3 Prep Post: Rubrik
  73. CFD3 Prep Post: Morpheus Data
  74. CFD3 Prep Post: Druva
  75. CFD3 Prep Post: Delphix
  76. CTO Advisor 067: Should you worry about GDPR?
  77. Should you worry about GDPR?
  78. Don’t call it back up
  79. Gigamon Remakes Itself For Cloud
  80. Disclosure: #CFD2 Edition
  81. NetApp Still Figuring Out How To Cloud
  82. Disclosure: Pure Storage Accelerate 2017
  83. CFD2 Prep: Nirmata
  84. CFD2 Prep: Accelerite
  85. The Eigencast 026: Pure Marketing
  86. Pure Storage Charts A Course To The Future Of Big Data
  87. Disclosure: CFD1 Edition
  88. The Point Of Docker Is More Than Containers
  89. The Eigencast 021: Productivity Through People
  90. CFD1 Prep: Druva
  91. CFD1 Prep: Cisco
  92. CFD1 Prep: Docker
  93. CFD1 Prep: Scality
  94. Disclosure Post, Pure Accelerate and SFD9 Edition
  95. SFD9 Prep: Intel
  96. SFD9 Prep: Cohesity
  97. Diablo Technologies Makes Memory Cheap With Memory1
  98. SFD9 Prep: Plexistor
  99. SFD9 Prep: VMware
  100. Platform9 Makes Private Cloud Easy
  101. SFD9 Prep: NetApp
  102. SFD9 Prep: Violin Memory
  103. The Eigencast 011: Sirish Raghuram, Co-Founder and CEO, Platform9
  104. Disclosure, TFD10 Edition
  105. The Eigencast 009: Rubrik
  106. TFD10 Prep: Caringo
  107. TFD10 Prep: VMTurbo
  108. TFD10 Prep: Platform9
  109. TFD10 Prep: Rubrik
  110. TFD10 Prep: Dell
  111. Dell Releases OS 10 for the Open Networking Era
  112. TFD10 Prep: Diablo Technologies
  113. Justin Going to Tech Field Day 10
  114. ClearSky Data Raise $27 Million For Cloud Storage Service
  115. Storage Dominates VMworld Once Again
  116. Velostrata Exits Stealth Mode With $14 million Series A
  117. HowTo: Platform9 + Ravello + VMware
  118. The Rise Of The Small Independent Conference
  119. How To Import OVA/OVF Into Ravello
  120. Erasure Coding For Fun and Profit
  121. Pure Storage FlashArray//m
  122. What’s the Point of a Data Hub?
  123. DFD1 Disclosure
  124. DFD1: The Journey Begins
  125. DFD1 Prep Post: Sandisk
  126. DFD1 Prep Post: Cloudera
  127. Data Field Day 1, Here I Come
  128. StorMagic and Enterprise SMB
  129. VFD4 Prep: Dell
  130. VFD4 Prep: Scale Computing
  131. VFD4 Prep: Solarwinds
  132. VFD4 Prep: SimpliVity
  133. VFD4 Prep: Commvault
  134. VFD4 Prep: Platform9
  135. VFD4 Prep: StorMagic
  136. VFD4 Prep: VMTurbo
  137. Announcement: I’m Going to VFD4!
  138. Diablo Technologies at SFD5 and Updates
  139. SanDisk at SFD5
  140. Justin Warren on SolidFire
  141. Justin Warren on EMC XtremIO
  142. XtremIO Offers Xtrem Tradeoffs
  143. SFD5: Full Disclosure
  144. Scale Computing In The Goldilocks Zone
  145. X-IO and Hardware Defined Storage
  146. SFD5: Home Again
  147. SFD5 Journey Begins
  148. SFD5 Prep Work: Veeam
  149. SFD5 Prep Work: Scale Computing
  150. SFD5 Prep Work: X-IO Storage
  151. SFD5 Prep Work: Diablo Technologies
  152. SFD5 Prep-work: PernixData
  153. SFD5 Prep Work: Sandisk
  154. SFD5 Prep Work: EMC
  155. A Sense of Belonging
  156. Announcement: I’m Going to Storage Field Day 5!
  157. Melbourne VMUG User Conference: Chris Wahl
  158. Reflections on 2013
  159. Dell Enterprise Forum, AU 2013
  160. TFD9 Review: Commvault
  161. TFD9: Full Disclosure
  162. TFD9 Review: Solarwinds
  163. TFD9 Review: Nutanix
  164. TFD9 Review: Neverfail
  165. TFD9 Review: Veeam
  166. TFD9 Review: Infinio
  167. TFD9 Review: Foglight for Virtualisation
  168. TFD9 Review: Dell Data Protection
  169. TFD9 Rapid Wrap-Up
  170. TFD9: Journey and Arrival
  171. TFD9 Pre-work: Infinio
  172. TFD9 Pre-work: Neverfail
  173. TFD9 Pre-work: Nutanix
  174. TFD9 Pre-work: Veeam
  175. TFD9 Pre-work: SolarWinds
  176. Commvault Extra Data Redux
  177. TFD9 Pre-work: Dell
  178. TFD9 Pre-work: Commvault