Episode | September 28th, 2020 | Season 2020 | 43 mins 43 secs
dhci, hci, hewlett packard enterprise, hpe, hyper-converged infrastructure, nutanix`, simplivity, vmware, vmworld
What is it about HCI that enterprise IT likes so much? David Wang, HPE's director of storage marketing, drops in to talk to Matt and Steve about why HCI is compelling, and how the different flavors of HCI address a range of needs in the enterprise, whether on the edge or in the core. It's a wide-ranging and fascinating conversation that you won't want to miss.
Episode | September 10th, 2020 | Season 2020 | 47 mins 16 secs
enterprise it, high performance computing, hpc, penguin computing, technical computing
Supercomputing has left the lab and is fast becoming a mainstream enterprise IT capability. There's nobody better to talk to us about this market than Penguin Computing. Penguin's SVP of Strategic Solutions Kevin Tubbs joins the conversation to take us through how to think about technical- and super-computing in the enterprise.
Episode | September 4th, 2020 | Season 2020 | 43 mins 26 secs
cio, composable infrastructure, convergence, data fabric, datacenter, enterprise, hci, information technology, it, processor, servers, storage, technology
It's been a big couple of weeks of earnings from all of the major enterprise infrastructure market players. High-end kit is up, mid-range everything (servers & storage) are soft, while as-a-service & software-defined all seem to be solid. What's it all mean? Is the IT world shifting? Matt & Steve talk about it all on this week's DataCentric.
Episode | August 17th, 2020 | Season 2020 | 40 mins 59 secs
cio, cloud, dell emc, dell technologies, edge, enterprise, it, server, software-defined infrastructure
The server market is rapidly changing. It's less about the speeds and feeds of your hardware, and much more about the capabilities required to support critical workloads. From software-defined to edge, Dell Technologies director of server marketing join Matt Kimball & Steve McDowell in a wide-ranging discussion on the shifting landscape of servers.
Episode | August 3rd, 2020 | Season 2020 | 51 mins 50 secs
amd, cio, earnings, ibm, intel, quarterly
Earnings for 2Q have started rolling in, with IBM, AMD, and Intel all early reporters from the Data Center world. There's solid financial news for all three, but each with different industry-level impacts. Hosts Matt Kimball & Steve McDowell, both from Moor Insights & Strategy, talk about what it all means.
Episode | July 28th, 2020 | Season 2020 | 46 mins 27 secs
arm, citrix, cloud, data center, dell technologies, microsoft, vmware
It's a potpourri episode as Matt & Steve do a round-up of the past few week's news: twitter was hacked, Dell Technologies says that it might spin VMware out, ARM gets yet more traction, Microsoft endorses Citrix, and does a software-defined datacenter make hardware irrelevant? All this, and more, on this edition of DataCentric.
Episode | June 29th, 2020 | Season 2020 | 51 mins 30 secs
edge computing, it, ot, stratus
Enterprise IT is rapidly moving towards the edge, but what does that really mean? There are extremes to what defines edge. Edge can describe the safe environment of a remote branch office, or maybe the air-conditioned cushiness of a remote telco hut. Then there's the extreme edge, where the lines between IT and OT blur, and anything can go. Jason Andersen, vice president of business line management at Stratus Technologies, joins Matt & Steve to talk about what edge computing can really mean.
Episode | June 12th, 2020 | Season 2020 | 21 mins 18 secs
dell technologies, earnings, hci, hewlett packard enterprise, nutanix, trends, vmware
What did we learn about datacenter infrastructure from the latest batch of earnings? That’s it all about software-defined and as-a-service. Industry analysts Matt Kimball and Steve McDowell talk about what it all means on this episode of the DataCentric podcast.
Episode | June 2nd, 2020 | Season 2020 | 42 mins 50 secs
cybersecurity, hewlett packard enterprise, supply chain
You don't always think about the security of your vendor's supply chain as a part of your organization's cybersecurity and compliance efforts -- but you should. Everything from ensuring the authenticity of components, all the way through the potential exploitation of systems & subsystems in-transit can cause enterprise's damage. This week we talk with John Grosso, Hewlett Packard Enterprise's vice president, global supply chain, about what these issues are, and how technology providers like HPE are addressing them.
Episode | May 27th, 2020 | Season 2020 | 30 mins 54 secs
amd, earnings, enteprise it, hpe, lenovo, nvidia, server
It's a strange time for infrastructure companies as we start seeing the first full-quarter earnings in this COVID-19 world. Hewlett Packard Enterprise & Lenovo are first up, and we're learning from them how to think about this market. At the same time, AMD's EPYC server CPU continues to gain traction, with new wins in HCI and Deep Learning. Join Matt & Steve as they digest it all.
Episode | May 5th, 2020 | Season 2020 | 22 mins 26 secs
annoucement, dell emc, dell technologies, powerstore, storage
Dell Technologies shakes up the hot midrange storage market with the introduction of its long-anticipated offering: the Dell EMC PowerStore. Dell's Caitlin Gordon joins Matt Kimball & Steve McDowell to talk through the vision of the new offering, as well as offering insights into some of the things that make this one unique -- things like an embedded hypervisor, in-the-box AI, new upgrade options, and much, much more.
Episode | April 27th, 2020 | Season 2020 | 34 mins 27 secs
iaas, it operations, management, pure storage
Critical infrastructure needs maintenance, and, as we reconfigure for a remote workforce, it needs critical expansion. What does it take to deploy and maintain infrastructure in a world where social distancing has become the norm? Pure Storage's VP of of World Wide Systems Engineering joins Matt & Steve to talk about this, as well as what Pure is doing to help out.