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    What if Programming and Networking Had a Storage Baby? Say What?

    Posted by J Metz

    The colorful “Everything You Wanted To Know About Storage But Were Too Proud To Ask,” popular webcast series marches on! In this 6th installment, Part – Vermillion – What if Programming and Networking Had a Storage Baby, we look into some of the nitties and the gritties of storage details that are often assumed.

    When looking at data from the lens of an application, host, or operating system, it’s easy to forget that there are several layers of abstraction underneath each before the actual placement of data occurs. In this webcast we are going to scratch beyond the first layer to understand some of the basic taxonomies of these layers.

    In this webcast we will show you more about the following:

    • Storage APIs and POSIX
    • Block, File, and Object storage
    • Byte Addressable and Logical Block Addressing
    • Log Structures and Journaling Systems

    It’s an ambitious project, but these terms and concepts are at the heart of where compute, networking and storage intersect. Having a good grasp of these concepts ties in with which type of storage networking to use, and how data is actually stored behind the scenes.

    Register today to join us on July 6th for this session. You can ask all the questions that, until now, you’ve been too proud to ask and we promise not to to show you any baby pictures!

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