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  • Blog Post: Introducing the Dell In-Memory Appliance for Cloudera Enterprise

    The way data is being generated and consumed is causing enormous challenges for customers. They recognize the value of the data, yet are struggling to ingest, store, analyze, and build insights from it all. On top of that, the proliferation of machine data, sensors and smart devices is adding additional...
  • Blog Post: Creating an Open Data Center With 64-bit ARM Technology

    Ed. Note: This post was authored by Ramesh Radhakrishnan, Ph.D., Senior Principal Engineer/Technologist in the Office of CTO, Dell. Right sized compute is quickly emerging as a holistic solution to systems design. At the forefront of this new approach stands a huge opportunity for data center applications...
  • Blog Post: Something for everyone at this year’s Dell User Forum Miami

    #DUF14 attendees take some time out to relax and have fun Dell User Forum in Miami last week had something for everyone in IT. From the keynotes to breakout sessions, to technical hands on labs, attendees and speakers alike learned about optimizing their enterprise. Ryan Hayes of Park...
  • Blog Post: Momentum – How are Facebook, Twitter and OpenStack related?

    This post was authored by Brent Doncaster, Sr. Strategist, Product Marketing There are lots of levels in which momentum can affect us – personal, organizational, community, societal…and even galactic! Momentum effects can flow “down” from the large scale (galactic) to the...
  • Blog Post: Dell Boosts Options for Virtualization – Adds 10GbE and Automatic VM Discovery on CX4

    Virtualization has become a fully mainstream idea, talked about in circles from the IT admin all the way up to the CEO’s office, but there are still a lot of people out there that I talk to that just have their toes in the water, or are waiting to start or to expand their virtualization efforts...
  • Blog Post: I left my heart in San Francisco: Dell OEM World Tour, 2011

    Last week, I was frantically making arrangements to travel to San Francisco where I will be meeting with customers, partners, thought leaders, and industry pundits at the RSA Conference and an invitation-only CCI Cloud Conference . Along with my private and public meetings, I will be presenting in the...
  • Blog Post: Migrating Oracle Deployments to Dell PowerEdge x86-based Servers

    As a premier Oracle partner, Dell is excited to be on the show floor at Oracle OpenWorld 2009 . We are proud to be demonstrating our comprehensive Dell | Oracle solutions including presentations both in our booth and at sessions outlining the benefits of migrating to Dell’s PowerEdge 11th generation...
  • Blog Post: Countdown to EMC World 2010

    People are already buzzing (roughly 8,000 expected attendees) about next week's EMC World (May 10th - 13th), and the Dell campus is no different. We're excited about our trip to Boston and connecting with our peers and partners on everything from the private cloud , content management and archiving...
  • Blog Post: Day Two of Dell at Gitex 2009: The Efficient Enterprise

    Stephen Murdoch, Dell’s VP and GM of Large Enterprise in EMEA, opened Gitex this week with an address on the Efficient Enterprise, highlighting how IT can give organizations a competitive advantage. Key technologies such as virtualization, storage optimization and ITaaS can help CIOs cut overall...
  • Blog Post: 5 Reasons Why Dell’s Virtualization Strategy Stood Out at VM World Europe

    This year’s VM World Europe has come to a close. Not as big as the San Francisco show, but a respectable 7,000 people came to beautiful Copenhagen to hear passionate and geeky techies like myself talk about virtualization. My primary reason for straying this far from home was to launch the Dell...
  • Blog Post: Oracle from Dell – What are the key considerations?

    Oracle OpenWorld is in full swing and things are exciting here in San Francisco. If you’re here, be sure to stop by the booth and say hi, see a demo, listen in on a presentation, enter to win one of the new Dell Latitude Z portable notebooks and catch one of the many breakout sessions with Dell...
  • Blog Post: European IDC Mobility Conference

    I recently had the honour of presenting the keynote speech at this year’s IDC Mobility conference . I’m all about mobility, so I took the opportunity to talk about the availability of mobile working solutions in the connected era and how Dell is contributing. I was really looking forward...
  • Blog Post: Dell's New Cloud Evangelist Barton George - What Does It Mean?

    You may have seen that Dell has hired a cloud evangelist -- Barton George . As is often the case in a large organization, I learned about his joining the company on Twitter and on Barton's blog announcing his move . I'm thrilled to have Barton join the Dell team and he's already shown that...
  • Blog Post: Symantec Vision 2010 a Hit

    My good friend Sarah Doherty was the Storage face of Dell this week at Symantec Vision 2010 in Vegas. Outside of being treated like a rockstar at the MGM Grand, she's had an amazing time connecting with event-goers and participating in key breakout sessions and lab demos. Check out her quick recap...
  • Blog Post: Breaking the I/O Virtualization Bottleneck

    Virtualization has helped improve hardware utilization tremendously, but its full potential has not yet been realized. Virtualization technologies all share and virtualize a single physical port of the network adapter through software for the I/O needs of the virtual machines. All of that software battles...
  • Blog Post: Storage Networking World - My Thoughts

    After spending last week at SNW to present on 6Gbps SAS and virtualization, I left with a lot on mind. First, it was a great show and SNIA and Computerworld are to thank for that. Their professionalism in running an event are second to none. Everyone has asked me two things. First, I get asked, “How...
  • Blog Post: Dell’s European Webinar Events in January

    At the beginning of the new year our thoughts often reflect on the year gone by and our goals for the year ahead. Some of my goals are personal, like eating more healthily and getting to the gym a little more often, but others a re very much skills and personal development based. I’m pleased to...