StarWind and Intel Embrace Storage’s Software Defined Future – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 71

January 17th, 2017 |
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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Anton Kolomyeytsev, CEO, Chief Architect, and Co-founder at StarWind, joins us to discuss the past, present, and future of software defined storage (SDS) and hyperconvergence. StarWind is a pioneer in storage virtualization and produces Intel based SDS solutions for small to medium size businesses, remote and branch offices, and larger implementations. In this Chip Chat, Kolomyeytsev discusses StarWind’s iSCSI over RDMA demo from VMWorld, offers thoughts on the RDMA over Converged Internet vs. Internet Wide Area RDMA Protocol debate, and forecasts a bright future for NVMe Over Fabrics.

For more information on StarWind’s work, please visit:
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