Category: Small World

Can You Really Afford Reliable Data Protection?

Part 2 in a series of posts about Data Protection as a Service… (Also posted on Cobalt Iron’s blog)

Mike Matchett, Small World Big Data

In IT there are well-known (and never 100% avoidable) risks that justify rock solid …

Protecting All Data in a Complex World

   …(Also posted on Cobalt Iron’s blog)

Are you actually protecting all your important data today? Not “almost,” “just about”, or “we have plans,” but all of it?

And I don’t mean just your most mission-critical data sets, but any …

Cloudy Object Storage Mints Developer Currency

Having just been to VMWorld 2017 and getting pre-briefs for Strata Data NY coming up soon, I’ve noticed a few hot trends aiming to help foster cross-cloud, multi-cloud, hybrid operations. Among these are

  1. A focus on centralized management for both

I’m Going Fission

I just spent a couple of weeks in Boston at Red Hat Summit and OpenStack Summit.  Containers are clearly the big thing this year – Kubernetes, Openshift, etc. And increasingly, IT is learning how to take advantage of remote Management …

Playing with Neo4j version 3.0

I’ve been playing again with Neo4j now that v3 is out. And hacking through some ruby scripts to load some interesting data I have laying around (e.g. the database for this website which I’m mainly modeling as “(posts)<-(tags); (posts:articles)<-(publisher)”).

For …