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The Grand Unification Storage Theory

May 18, 2016 4 comments

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I read with interest an article on The Register about a panel that happened at TECHunplugged (I wish I had known about this; I would have tried to attend in person if possible). The article was entitled “One Storage Protocol to Rule Them All” by Chris Evans, who is someone I like and respect a great deal in the industry.

The key clickbait for me, however, was the interesting tagline, “And why are Fibre Channel fans so, er, stubborn about movements?” Being heavily involved in both Fibre Channel and Fibre Channel over Ethernet (as I write this, I’m on the Board of Directors for the Fibre Channel Industry Association, though this is just my thoughts, not the FCIA’s), I was keen to see just how aligned his thoughts and mine might be.

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