This year’s Silverstring Summer Spectacular has a stellar line up and looks to be bigger and better then ever before.
The ‘march to the cloud’ continues across much of the business solutions our customers use, but most often people are swapping out like-for-like solutions. This isn’t always the best way to take advantage of the new capabilities of the cloud.
The 1,000-ft. Amazonian Tall Tower Observatory (ATTO) is now the tallest structure in South America, built at a cost of $9 billion. Located 100 miles from the nearest city in the Amazon rainforest, it will give scientists unparalleled insights about climate change. The tower’s data will be readily available to scientists across the globe.
If you plunge a frog into boiling water, it will immediately jump out. But if you place the frog into cool water and slowly heat it to boiling, the frog won’t notice and will slowly cook to death. So claims the myth.
In a world leaning towards availability and accessibility, we thought it was time we looked at why a Managed Service option from Silverstring could be just the thing for you.
After a recent visit to Prague IBM Technical University, Tony Pitt - Support Engineer, provided us with an overview of one the presentations he found most interesting. The top 7 misconceptions surrounding Software Defined Storage and the truth behind them. So with no further ado.
This post is by Dave White - Senior Storage Engineer
This year Silverstring sent 4 people to join around 550 IBMers/Business Partners and customers from around the world at the IBM Technical University, from the 20th to 24th of April, in the beautiful city of Prague in the Czech Republic.
This post is by Thomas Cowley – Silverstring New Business Development Executive
Last week was a great day to hear about the latest developments and strategy for IBM’s new Spectrum Storage brand. For a select group of Silverstring guests, the information alone made the day fantastic, but the location made it all that more impressive – London’s Pont de la Tour restaurant.
At 10am on Friday, I was awoken by a call from my boss. Something had broken again and this time, it had broken hard. “Multiple system failures! Please help!”
I dragged myself into work, deprived of sleep and wanting to scream. The servers I had just spent hours repairing were now clinging to life. Again. I interrogated my infrastructure looking for another culprit. Nothing.