Will Scale-Out Architectures Kill Enterprise Storage?

In 1980 I was working for , a vendor with proprietary client hardware, proprietary server hardware, a proprietary LAN, and proprietary systems software. In 1983 introduced the PC, and in 1985 it introduced the PC-XT with a hard disk. 3Com introduced Ethernet, and Novell created a network operating system. All of a sudden, was on the wrong side of history in the computer business. In five short years, went from six thousand employees to sixty.

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Author: Bernd Harzog, The Virtualization Practice

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