A blog by Jose Barreto, a member of the File Server team at Microsoft.
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Here is a compilation of my live tweets from SNIA’s SDC 2012 (Storage Developers Conference). You can also read those directly from twitter at http://twitter.com/josebarreto (in reverse order)
Notes and disclaimers
Linux CIFS/SMB2 Kernel Clients - A Year In Review by Steven French, IBM
Multiuser CIFS Mounts, Jeff Layton, Red Hat
How Many IOPS is Enough by Thomas Coughlin, Coughlin Associates
SMB 3.0 ( Because 3 > 2 ) - David Kruse, Microsoft
Understanding Hyper-V over SMB 3.0 Through Specific Test Cases with Jose Barreto
Continuously Available SMB – Observations and Lessons Learned - David Kruse and Mathew George.
Status of SMB2/SMB3 Development in Samba, Michael Adam, Samba Team
The Solid State Storage (R-)Evolution, Michael Krause, Hewlett-Packard
Block Storage and Fabric Management Using System Center 2012 Virtual Machine Manager and SMI-S, Madhu Jujare, Microsoft
Linux Filesystems: Details on Recent Developments in Linux Filesystems and Storage by Chris Mason, Fusion-io
Non-volatile Memory in the Storage Hierarchy: Opportunities and Challenges by Dhruva Chakrabarti, HP
Building Next Generation Cloud Networks for Big Data Applications by Jayshree Ullal, Arista Networks
Windows File and Storage Directions by Surendra Verma, Microsoft
Hyper-V Storage Performance and Scaling with Joe Dai & Liang Yang, Microsoft
The Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Storage Behaviors and Requirements with Spencer Shepler, Microsoft
SQL Server: Understanding the Data Workload by Gunter Zink, Microsoft (original title did not fit a tweet)
The Future of Protocol and SMB2/3 Analysis with Paul Long, Microsoft
Storage Systems for Shingled Disks, with Garth Gibson, Panasas
The Big Deal of Big Data to Big Storage with Benjamin Woo, Neuralytix
Unified Storage for the Private Cloud with Dennis Chapman, NetApp
SNIA SSSI PCIe SSD Round Table. Moderator + four members.
NAS Management using System Center 2012 Virtual Machine Manager and SMI-S with Alex Naparu and Madhu Jujare
SMB 3, Hyper-V and ONTAP, Garrett Mueller, NetApp
Design and Implementation of SMB Locking in a Clustered File System with Aravind Velamur Srinivasan, EMC - Isilon
Scaling Storage to the Cloud and Beyond with Ceph with Sage Weil, Inktank
Introduction to the last day
The Evolving Apache Hadoop Eco System - What It Means for Big Data and Storage Developers, Sanjay Radia, Hortonworks
Primary Data Deduplication in Windows Server 2012 with Sudipta Sengupta, Jim Benton
High Performance File Serving with SMB3 and RDMA via the SMBDirect Protocol with Tom Talpey and Greg Kramer
SMB 3.0 Application End-to-End Performance with Dan Lovinger