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Do you suffer from Storage Stockholm Syndrome?

The last year at DSSD (now a part of Dell EMC) has been an extremely interesting one for me, and I’ve learned a great deal, which is always good. Some of the lessons have been surprising, though… One of them is what I will rather dramatically refer to as Storage Stockholm Syndrome. Stockholm Syndrome is … Continue reading "Do you suffer from Storage Stockholm Syndrome?"

James Morle's picture

Do you suffer from Storage Stockholm Syndrome?

The last year at DSSD (now a part of Dell EMC) has been an extremely interesting one for me, and I’ve learned a great deal, which is always good. Some of the lessons have been surprising, though… One of them is what I will rather dramatically refer to as Storage Stockholm Syndrome. Stockholm Syndrome is … Continue reading "Do you suffer from Storage Stockholm Syndrome?"

James Morle's picture

Do you suffer from Storage Stockholm Syndrome?

The last year at DSSD (now a part of Dell EMC) has been an extremely interesting one for me, and I’ve learned a great deal, which is always good. Some of the lessons have been surprising, though… One of them is what I will rather dramatically refer to as Storage Stockholm Syndrome. Stockholm Syndrome is … Continue reading "Do you suffer from Storage Stockholm Syndrome?"

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I am now an ex-ACE Director

How apt that this should be my next blog post, following So long, and thanks for all the fish. I’ve been an Oracle ACE Director since 2009, and watched the program evolve in form considerably over that time. It’s always difficult to maintain high quality advocacy as a program grows – my time as part of the OakTable ‘junta’ … Continue reading "I am now an ex-ACE Director"

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I am now an ex-ACE Director

How apt that this should be my next blog post, following So long, and thanks for all the fish. I’ve been an Oracle ACE Director since 2009, and watched the program evolve in form considerably over that time. It’s always difficult to maintain high quality advocacy as a program grows – my time as part of the OakTable ‘junta’ … Continue reading "I am now an ex-ACE Director"

James Morle's picture

I am now an ex-ACE Director

How apt that this should be my next blog post, following So long, and thanks for all the fish. I’ve been an Oracle ACE Director since 2009, and watched the program evolve in form considerably over that time. It’s always difficult to maintain high quality advocacy as a program grows – my time as part of the OakTable ‘junta’ … Continue reading "I am now an ex-ACE Director"

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So long, and thanks for all the fish

After fifteen years at the helm of Scale Abilities, I have decided it’s time for the next chapter. Scale Abilities is closing down and I’m taking a job with another company. Fifteen years is a long time, especially in the technology business, and it might be a bit of a shock to those that have … Continue reading "So long, and thanks for all the fish"

James Morle's picture

So long, and thanks for all the fish

After fifteen years at the helm of Scale Abilities, I have decided it’s time for the next chapter. Scale Abilities is closing down and I’m taking a job with another company. Fifteen years is a long time, especially in the technology business, and it might be a bit of a shock to those that have … Continue reading "So long, and thanks for all the fish"

James Morle's picture

So long, and thanks for all the fish

After fifteen years at the helm of Scale Abilities, I have decided it’s time for the next chapter. Scale Abilities is closing down and I’m taking a job with another company. Fifteen years is a long time, especially in the technology business, and it might be a bit of a shock to those that have … Continue reading "So long, and thanks for all the fish"

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HPC versus HDFS: Scientific versus Social

There have been rumblings from the HPC community indicating a general suspicion of and disdain for Big Data technology which would lead one to believe that whatever Google, Facebook and Twitter do with their supercomputers is not important enough to warrant seriousness—that social supercomputing is simply not worthy.  A little of this emotion seems to […]

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