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Fall 2010 Edition (November 10, 2010)

Welcome to the 2010 fall edition of the Server and StorageIO Group (StorageIO) newsletter. For those who missed the Summer 2010 wrap up edition, you can find it and other previous editions here. This is an abbreviated version of the StorageIO news letter however one that is packed full of links to various blog posts, interviews and commentary.

A quick update on my new book about IT clouds, virtualization and storage is that the project is progressing well with several chapters in various stages of development. The usual challenge with a book is determining what goes in and what ends up on the cutting room floor. Good news is that some of what does not make it into the finished book will make for blog posts and articles.

Enjoy this edition of the StorageIO newsletter and I look forward to your continued comments, feedback and discussions.

Cheers gs

Greg Schulz
Twitter @storageio

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SearchStorage: Comments on HP buying 3PAR and Dell next steps

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