Yes, it’s almost here folks. The blogosphere tells us so. First of all, there’s Chuck Hollis’ latest post pondering the issue of how the storage cloud works and why it’s really difficult to pick up data quickly in geographically dispersed areas. He leaves us with the cliffhanger;
“The magic isn’t in the hardware, it’s in the software …”
So, Hulk/Maui’s a software product then…
Next there’s StorageZilla, with his viral marketing approach. No technical details here, just cryptic comments relating to trendy cultural references – Dr Who – and some bloke in a space helmet. Clearly I’m not worthy as I didn’t understand the second one at all.
This morning we have ‘Zilla’s full disclosure with his latest post.
All of this is prior to an official annoucement – nothing on EMC’s press release site yet.
What’s next? So, expect Barry Burke to post a technical assassination of the opposition over at the Storage Anarchist. Then we can have other bloggers putting their spin on it too. I can’t be bothered to list them all; I’m sure you know who they are.
But wait – have I not just fallen into the viral marketing trap too by helping out EMC? D’oh, perhaps those folks at Hopkinton Towers are more clever than we think….
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