Reduxio! (not just a Harry Potter spell!)

Fred Nix - Wednesday, March 23, 2016

In December 2015 I received a call from Robert Terlizzi, “Hey Fred! You have to take a look at what we are doing at Reduxio and come join us!”  I was not interested in changing jobs.  But I decided to do a little research… There are over 75+ companies that will sell you enterprise level storage.  I had to ask myself, “Does the market really need YASA? (yet-another-storage-array)!?”  

My Journey Towards Joining a “Sci-Fi” Data Storage Company

Ken Smallwood - Thursday, March 17, 2016

To all my friends in the industry.

I’ve recently found a new home. A new and exciting storage company. But before I tell you which company I’m talking about, I’d like to share how I got to know of it and why I did everything I could to get a job there.

Out with Dewey - it's time for something entirely new in data storage

Chip Ernst - Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Round about 1956 when IBM shipped the first magnetic disc system to a paper company in San Francisco, technology for storing and finding data has been largely unchanged. Speeds, capacities, and capabilities have soared, leaving us here today mostly forgetful that we’re following a rudimentary construct for managing those bits and bytes of data that was set out in 1956.

“It’s About Time” to reveal the next big thing in Enterprise Storage

Dmitry Gorbatov - Tuesday, March 15, 2016

I am in Israel right now and I think “It’s About Time” I told you the name of the next big thing – and it is Reduxio.

When I was approached by Reduxio, I had never heard of them before. What this startup was able to accomplish in such a short period of time is astounding. The whole premise is that snapshots are obsolete. Nobody wants to “schedule” things anymore. Have you tried to take a snapshot every second? Engineers at Reduxio created a groundbreaking method to deal with the metadata...

Welcome to my Reduxio - Thoughts after 2 great days in San Francisco

Chip Ernst - Wednesday, March 09, 2016

The Reduxio Worldwide Sales team just concluded our first annual sales kick-off in San Francisco. Being a startup, there's a sense of enormous pride and excitement that I wanted to convey in a short post.

Why I Signed Up For Reduxio’s Data Storage Revolution

Mike Grandinetti - Saturday, February 27, 2016

When it comes to the tech start-up community, I think it is fair to say I have been around the block, and seen a lot of “game-changing” start-ups over the years.

What Does 2016 Hold For Enterprise Data Storage?

Mark Weiner - Monday, January 18, 2016

It has been a busy 2015 for Reduxio. We launched our next generation enterprise storage solution, the Reduxio HX 550 Flash Hybrid storage system. We were named “Best of Show, Virtualization and Cloud Infrastructure” at VMWorld. We traveled a lot – visiting the Truth in Storage event in San Diego, California, The New England VTUG Fall Forward meeting near Boston, Massachusetts and the Storage Decisions conference in New York City, New York, among other events.

The False Promise of a "Cheap Flash" Future

Jacob Cherian - Tuesday, December 08, 2015

If you listen to some storage vendors, they would leave you with the impression that in the future storage systems will use just one type of storage media – namely “cheap flash”.

BackDating: The Next Step in Data Recovery

Nir Peleg - Thursday, November 12, 2015

The proliferation of digital services, mobile devices and Internet of Things (IoT) devices are causing today’s data centers to overflow with information, applications and databases. Traditional disk and tape data storage technologies are simply not equipped to deal with this deluge of data, or meet the speed, capacity and recovery demands that today’s digital economy places on the modern datacenter.

The Storage World is Due for Disruption – It’s About Time

Nir Peleg - Monday, August 31, 2015

If you take a long, measured look across the data storage industry you will find there has not been any fundamental innovation in feature capability in the last 20 years. The last significant innovation in this space was snapshots and snap-based replication which NetApp made popular. Since then, however, it has been slow, expected changes that best characterizes the development of the storage industry.