GreyBeards on Storage featuring Reduxio



By Reduxio Systems for Beyond The Blocks - Monday, February 27, 2017

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Analyst-Defined Blog interviews Jacob Cherian

GreyBeards on Storage is an Analyst driven Storage Blog founded by industry experts Ray Lucchesi and Howards Marks. In their blog and monthly Podcast, Ray and Howard discuss upcoming product, technologies and trends about Storage. 

In Episode 41st, recorded February 13th, 2017, the podcast features an interview with Jacob Cherian, VP Product Management and Product Strategy. 

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When Reduxio won Best of VM 2015 at VMWorld back in 2015, GreyBeards had an opportunity to talk to Reduxio and get a perspective on how our technology worked. In this podcast episode, Ray and Howard get an in-depth look at how the technology works. In their words: 

They have a produced a unique product that merges some characteristics of CDP storage and the best of hybrid and reduplicating storage today into a new primary storage system.

According to Howard, Reduxio found 'the secret sauce' for combining CDP directly into the storage system. You can read their episode summary here or alternatively listen to the episode below.


about greybeards on storage

GreyBeards on Storage are two (older) gentlemen that have been around the industry a combined 60+ years and have a good, in-depth understanding of today’s storage and server trends and developments.

Ray Lucchesi is the President and Founder of Silverton Consulting, a prominent blogger at RayOnStorage.com, and can be found on twitter @RayLucchesi

 Howard Marks is the Founder and Chief Scientist of DeepStorage, a prominent blogger at Deep Storage Blog and can be found on twitter @DeepStorageNet.

Reduxio Systems

Written by Reduxio Systems

There has been no fundamental innovation in data management for primary storage for the last two decades. In 2012, a group of storage industry veterans founded Reduxio with the vision to redefine data management and protection by taking advantage of new processing, networking and media technologies.



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