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A Converged Future

The more things change the more they stay the same. That’s very evident in today’s data center. I’ve watched the Data Center evolve from mainframe (single platform) to distributed (server, storage and network silos) and now a movement back to single, integrated platforms.

There are logical reasons for this evolution, which will be my discussion today.

OpenStack vs. Docker???

I read a headline, the other day, which left me scratching my head. It was “OpenStack vs Docker”. I didn’t realize they were in competition. In fact, I view them as very cooperative products.

I view IT infrastructure from a high level, hardware centric perspective. Some years back my focus was on “Grid”. Grid had the dream of automatically deploying resources based on the needs of the job. When you invoked a job the appropriate compute, storage, and network resources would be made available for the length of time requested, at the end of which the resources would be fed back into the
resource pool.


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