Episode | August 29th, 2019 | Season 2019 | 34 mins 22 secs
data fabric, datacenter, earnings, enterprise, flash, hci, information technology, it, pure storage, storage, technology
What's the secret of Pure Storage's success? Having pushed the industry into the All-Flash era, they now find themselves growing 30%/year and landing alone as the only storage vendor showing growth in this quarter's round of earnings. Pure Storage CEO Charlie Giancarlo joins the DataCentric podcast to talk about both what's behind Pure's current success, and how he envisions a future where "data" is a utility.
Episode | March 18th, 2019 | Season 2019 | 41 mins 6 secs
cio, composable infrastructure, convergence, data fabric, datacenter, enterprise, hci, hitachi, huawei, hyperscale, idc, information technology, intel, it, lenovo, nvidia, processor, pure storage, servers, storage, technology
The latest server and storage market numbers are out, and there are some big winners. And some big losers. Matt & Steve go all "inside-baseball" and talk about what it all means. They also touch on recent news around NVIDIA's Mellanox acquisition, Intel's CXL consortium, and the momentum of the Chinese technology providers.
Episode | March 7th, 2019 | Season 2019 | 43 mins 58 secs
arm, cio, composable infrastructure, convergence, data fabric, datacenter, enterprise, hci, hpe, ibm, information technology, it, lenovo, processor, servers, storage, technology
Steve & Matt leave their impressions from IBM's recent Think event, plus they talk about the latest earnings from Lenovo and Hewlett Packard Enterprise. There's also coverage of ARM's new server core architecture, and the analysts continue their long-running conversation about multi-cloud in the enterprise.
Episode | December 19th, 2018 | Season 2018 | 32 mins 40 secs
amazon web services, cio, composable infrastructure, convergence, data fabric, datacenter, enterprise, hci, hewlett packard enterprise, information technology, it, microsoft, processor, servers, storage, technology
This year we saw some existing datacenter trends solidified, while others emerged. China is driving the server market up. Cloud repatriation is leading to the rise of on-prem consumption-based models. Everyone is focused on converged infrastructure. Is hybrid-cloud manageability ripe for disruption? What's it all mean? Matt and Steve talk about it all.