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StorageReview.com is a world leading independent storage authority, providing in-depth news coverage, detailed reviews and lab services on storage arrays, hard drives, SSDs, and the related hardware and software that make these storage solutions work. Our podcast will look at the evolving nature of the enterprise technology industry and we’ll interview those that are leading the charge in cutting edge progress.

Latest Episodes

StorageReview Podcast #29

The team got together for the weekly podcast to discuss the important things in lifelike overflowing a rental car gas tank, annoying hotel neighbors and the fact that Adam still hates baby Yoda. Brian highlights his trip around Boston with visits including Dell EMC, Zerto, HYCU, VMware, Actifio and Wasabi. As a result of the trip, we picked up our first apron sponsor thanks to HYCU! And snuggle in for another heartfelt discussion from Adam's Movie Corner as we discuss Bone Tomahawk. Adam's movie corner for next week, Brawl in Cell Block 99. Discuss on Reddit Subscribe to our podcast: iTunes Stitcher Spotify Google Play

-1 s1 w ago
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StorageReview Podcast #29

StorageReview Podcast #28

In this week's abbreviated podcast, thanks to Tom's absence due to Spanish Fly poisoning, the team recounts the latest news and reviews highlighted by a few WD SSDs, NetApp ONTAP 9.7, and VMware closing the Pivotal deal. Kevin discusses his plans to procrastinate when it comes to racking Qumulo and Adam still hates baby Yoda for reasons unknown.Warning, podcast likely contains adult language. Discuss on Reddit Subscribe to our podcast: iTunes Stitcher Spotify Google Play

-1 s1 w ago
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StorageReview Podcast #28

StorageReview Podcast #27

In this weeks podcast the abbreviated team dives into thewonders of Silly Putty, the benefits of a warm Christmas day and waxes nostalgic on the shopping mall. We do get around to some tech news as well including the latest large capacity hard drives from WD and a few new SSD reviews the team produced over the break. Join us on another adventure that's tangentially related to enterprise IT!Warning, this podcast may contain explicit language. Sk hynix PE6011 Discuss on Reddit Subscribe to our podcast: iTunes Stitcher Spotify Google Play

-1 s3 w ago
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StorageReview Podcast #27

StorageReview Podcast #26

This week's podcast features the Cincinnati squad in addition to four-toe Tom and our special guest Blaise, from his homelab in the great north wilderness. The team talks more about Scale Computing's NUC-based HCI solution, Kevin highlights the simplicity of adding Quest's QoreStor to our existing Veeam environment, Adam sums up his learnings from 13 companies on the IT Press Tour last week,Blaise lays out the benefits of computing from within a QNAP NAS,and Brian provides a cowboy-themed music playlist for those who want the proper inspiration for their cowboy hat wearing adult time. QNAP's Mustang Card Discuss on Reddit Subscribe to our podcast: iTunes Stitcher Spotify Google Play

-1 s2019 DEC 20
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StorageReview Podcast #26

StorageReview Podcast #25

While Adam is galavanting around California, Brian, Kevin and Tom break down the most popular news including PFsense, the latest IDC converged systems tracker, the green data center, new NUC-based solutions and much more. Also there's big news about the cowboy hat, discussions of adult activities involving said cowboy hat, Tom wanders off on a conversation about dance movies and we come full circle to solve maritime collisions.Warning, this podcast contains explicit language. Fancy Cowboy Discuss on Reddit Subscribe to our podcast: iTunes Stitcher Spotify Google Play

-1 s2019 DEC 13
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StorageReview Podcast #25

StorageReview Podcast #24

Brian, Kevin, Adam and Tom break down the most popular news since thelast podcastfrom Zerto, Dell EMC, HP, Intel, Seagate and Proxmox. Brian provides a cowboy hat update and a rant about Hertz car rentals. Kevin updates the lab status including Dell EMC, Faction, Qumulo and Formulus Black. Baby Yoda is declared universally cute. And there's music! Thanks to Kevin's dutiful work and his cousin Bill Franco, the podcast now has bumper music. If we could only find a sponsor for this fiasco all would be well. Warning, this podcast contains explicit language. Subscribe to our podcast: iTunes Stitcher Spotify Google Play

-1 s2019 DEC 6
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StorageReview Podcast #24

StorageReview Podcast #23: KubeCon and SC19 Roundup

In this week's podcast the team discusses key happenings at KubeCon San Diego, where Tom once again avoided eating a steak to spite Brian. Kevin and Tom discuss some of their favorite finds including Dynatrace, Kioxia, NetApp and many more. Brian walks through the biggest news of the week from DellTechnologies, AMD, IGEL and NVIDIA. Most importantly there's a cowboy hat update and more complaining about it being cold in Austin. Also check out the new StorageReview subreddit. Subscribe to our podcast: iTunes Stitcher Spotify Google Play

-1 s2019 NOV 22
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StorageReview Podcast #23: KubeCon and SC19 Roundup

StorageReview Podcast #22: The Team Recounts Dell Technologies Summit 2019

Inthis podcast Brian walks you through the news and silly events of the Dell Technologies Summit 2019, which was a press and analyst event held in Austin, Texas this week. Highlights include discussion on the Dell EMC news around consumption pricing and PowerOne, the new CI offering. We also dive into dog pictures, an annoying occurence at the hotel bar and how to select a cowboy hat. Kevin offers up an update on the lab, including discussion on our latest review, Diamanti's HCI solution for containers. Subscribe to our podcast: iTunes Stitcher Spotify Google Play

-1 s2019 NOV 15
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StorageReview Podcast #22: The Team Recounts Dell Technologies Summit 2019

Secure Digital Workspaces with Jeff McNaught, Dell Technologies

The cybersecurity landscape may be one of the few things evolving as quickly as today’s mobile workforce. It is now commonplace for executives to spend more time traveling, both domestically and internationally, than in their actual offices. Whether the executive is accessing private documents using public Wi-Fi or running their device through airport security, companies’ data has never been more vulnerable. To meet the competing needs of security and productivity while traveling, executives are starting to turn to secure digital workspaces that rely on Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) and thin clients to keep data safe and employees productive, no matter what they consider their ‘office’ for the day. The definition of the modern workplace has evolved and VDI and thin clients have done the same, delivering better connectivity and performance than outdated laptops or even your legacy thin client models. In this podcast I sit down withJeff McNaught, vice president and chief st...

-1 s2018 MAR 30
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Secure Digital Workspaces with Jeff McNaught, Dell Technologies

StorageReview Podcast #20: The Future of Flash in the Data Center

When it comes to SSDs in the data center, there are a handful of products that stand well above the rest. Samsung has quite a few top performers, highlighted by their 15TB 2.5" SAS beast (PM1633a 15.36TB) that's being used in several storage arrays from NetApp, HPE and others. The net effect is shrinking data center footprints as the enterprise takes advantage of high capacity SSDs, in addition to major software advances that offer much better data reduction (dedupe, compression) technology with less of a CPU hit. In this podcast I talk with Richard Leonarz about these trends in addition to his views on the adoptionof NVMe, next-gen 64-layer V-NAND and one place where even Richard doesn't think flash will be deployed.

-1 s2017 APR 27
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StorageReview Podcast #20: The Future of Flash in the Data Center
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Latest Episodes

StorageReview Podcast #29

The team got together for the weekly podcast to discuss the important things in lifelike overflowing a rental car gas tank, annoying hotel neighbors and the fact that Adam still hates baby Yoda. Brian highlights his trip around Boston with visits including Dell EMC, Zerto, HYCU, VMware, Actifio and Wasabi. As a result of the trip, we picked up our first apron sponsor thanks to HYCU! And snuggle in for another heartfelt discussion from Adam's Movie Corner as we discuss Bone Tomahawk. Adam's movie corner for next week, Brawl in Cell Block 99. Discuss on Reddit Subscribe to our podcast: iTunes Stitcher Spotify Google Play

-1 s1 w ago
Comments
StorageReview Podcast #29

StorageReview Podcast #28

In this week's abbreviated podcast, thanks to Tom's absence due to Spanish Fly poisoning, the team recounts the latest news and reviews highlighted by a few WD SSDs, NetApp ONTAP 9.7, and VMware closing the Pivotal deal. Kevin discusses his plans to procrastinate when it comes to racking Qumulo and Adam still hates baby Yoda for reasons unknown.Warning, podcast likely contains adult language. Discuss on Reddit Subscribe to our podcast: iTunes Stitcher Spotify Google Play

-1 s1 w ago
Comments
StorageReview Podcast #28

StorageReview Podcast #27

In this weeks podcast the abbreviated team dives into thewonders of Silly Putty, the benefits of a warm Christmas day and waxes nostalgic on the shopping mall. We do get around to some tech news as well including the latest large capacity hard drives from WD and a few new SSD reviews the team produced over the break. Join us on another adventure that's tangentially related to enterprise IT!Warning, this podcast may contain explicit language. Sk hynix PE6011 Discuss on Reddit Subscribe to our podcast: iTunes Stitcher Spotify Google Play

-1 s3 w ago
Comments
StorageReview Podcast #27

StorageReview Podcast #26

This week's podcast features the Cincinnati squad in addition to four-toe Tom and our special guest Blaise, from his homelab in the great north wilderness. The team talks more about Scale Computing's NUC-based HCI solution, Kevin highlights the simplicity of adding Quest's QoreStor to our existing Veeam environment, Adam sums up his learnings from 13 companies on the IT Press Tour last week,Blaise lays out the benefits of computing from within a QNAP NAS,and Brian provides a cowboy-themed music playlist for those who want the proper inspiration for their cowboy hat wearing adult time. QNAP's Mustang Card Discuss on Reddit Subscribe to our podcast: iTunes Stitcher Spotify Google Play

-1 s2019 DEC 20
Comments
StorageReview Podcast #26

StorageReview Podcast #25

While Adam is galavanting around California, Brian, Kevin and Tom break down the most popular news including PFsense, the latest IDC converged systems tracker, the green data center, new NUC-based solutions and much more. Also there's big news about the cowboy hat, discussions of adult activities involving said cowboy hat, Tom wanders off on a conversation about dance movies and we come full circle to solve maritime collisions.Warning, this podcast contains explicit language. Fancy Cowboy Discuss on Reddit Subscribe to our podcast: iTunes Stitcher Spotify Google Play

-1 s2019 DEC 13
Comments
StorageReview Podcast #25

StorageReview Podcast #24

Brian, Kevin, Adam and Tom break down the most popular news since thelast podcastfrom Zerto, Dell EMC, HP, Intel, Seagate and Proxmox. Brian provides a cowboy hat update and a rant about Hertz car rentals. Kevin updates the lab status including Dell EMC, Faction, Qumulo and Formulus Black. Baby Yoda is declared universally cute. And there's music! Thanks to Kevin's dutiful work and his cousin Bill Franco, the podcast now has bumper music. If we could only find a sponsor for this fiasco all would be well. Warning, this podcast contains explicit language. Subscribe to our podcast: iTunes Stitcher Spotify Google Play

-1 s2019 DEC 6
Comments
StorageReview Podcast #24

StorageReview Podcast #23: KubeCon and SC19 Roundup

In this week's podcast the team discusses key happenings at KubeCon San Diego, where Tom once again avoided eating a steak to spite Brian. Kevin and Tom discuss some of their favorite finds including Dynatrace, Kioxia, NetApp and many more. Brian walks through the biggest news of the week from DellTechnologies, AMD, IGEL and NVIDIA. Most importantly there's a cowboy hat update and more complaining about it being cold in Austin. Also check out the new StorageReview subreddit. Subscribe to our podcast: iTunes Stitcher Spotify Google Play

-1 s2019 NOV 22
Comments
StorageReview Podcast #23: KubeCon and SC19 Roundup

StorageReview Podcast #22: The Team Recounts Dell Technologies Summit 2019

Inthis podcast Brian walks you through the news and silly events of the Dell Technologies Summit 2019, which was a press and analyst event held in Austin, Texas this week. Highlights include discussion on the Dell EMC news around consumption pricing and PowerOne, the new CI offering. We also dive into dog pictures, an annoying occurence at the hotel bar and how to select a cowboy hat. Kevin offers up an update on the lab, including discussion on our latest review, Diamanti's HCI solution for containers. Subscribe to our podcast: iTunes Stitcher Spotify Google Play

-1 s2019 NOV 15
Comments
StorageReview Podcast #22: The Team Recounts Dell Technologies Summit 2019

Secure Digital Workspaces with Jeff McNaught, Dell Technologies

The cybersecurity landscape may be one of the few things evolving as quickly as today’s mobile workforce. It is now commonplace for executives to spend more time traveling, both domestically and internationally, than in their actual offices. Whether the executive is accessing private documents using public Wi-Fi or running their device through airport security, companies’ data has never been more vulnerable. To meet the competing needs of security and productivity while traveling, executives are starting to turn to secure digital workspaces that rely on Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) and thin clients to keep data safe and employees productive, no matter what they consider their ‘office’ for the day. The definition of the modern workplace has evolved and VDI and thin clients have done the same, delivering better connectivity and performance than outdated laptops or even your legacy thin client models. In this podcast I sit down withJeff McNaught, vice president and chief st...

-1 s2018 MAR 30
Comments
Secure Digital Workspaces with Jeff McNaught, Dell Technologies

StorageReview Podcast #20: The Future of Flash in the Data Center

When it comes to SSDs in the data center, there are a handful of products that stand well above the rest. Samsung has quite a few top performers, highlighted by their 15TB 2.5" SAS beast (PM1633a 15.36TB) that's being used in several storage arrays from NetApp, HPE and others. The net effect is shrinking data center footprints as the enterprise takes advantage of high capacity SSDs, in addition to major software advances that offer much better data reduction (dedupe, compression) technology with less of a CPU hit. In this podcast I talk with Richard Leonarz about these trends in addition to his views on the adoptionof NVMe, next-gen 64-layer V-NAND and one place where even Richard doesn't think flash will be deployed.

-1 s2017 APR 27
Comments
StorageReview Podcast #20: The Future of Flash in the Data Center
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