Episode | January 18th, 2021 | Season 2021 | 40 mins 54 secs
amd, arm, as a service, aws, azure, cloud, hpe, ibm, intel, micron, microsoft, nutanix, nvidia, predictions, servers, storage
It's a new year, which can only mean one thing: Predictions! Matt & Steve go through their top predictions of what will be most impactful to the data center world in 2021. There's Arm, cloud, Optane, Micron, Intel, as-a-service, Nutanix, trends, acquisitions, and so much more. Turn on & tune in.
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 | November 13th, 2019 | Season 2019 | 46 mins 43 secs
ai, amd, arm, edge, ignite, intel, microsoft, nvidia, servers, storage, vmware, vmworld
It's been a busy few weeks as the fall conference season hits its stride. In this episode, Moor Insights & Strategy analysts Matt Kimball and Steve McDowell talk about it all: Microsoft Ignite, VMworld Europe, NVIDIA GTC DC announcements, plus AMD has a stellar quarter, Intel has a benchmark oops, and lots of discussion of ARM and Edge
Episode | April 29th, 2019 | Season 2019 | 14 mins 52 secs
azure, conference, dell emc, dell tech world, microsoft, vmware
Day one of Dell Technologies World 2019 has just concluded, and Matt & Steve provide a quick recap of the day's events, from serving humanity to VMWare everywhere.
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.