Post by Chuck Hollis (thank you)
In the early days of cloud, we were beset by competing (and confusing) definitions, often delivered with generous helpings of vitriol and rancor. When it comes to software-defined storage, things are surprisingly genteel: I yet to witness a good #twitpiss on the topic.
Maybe it’s too early?
As part of this series on SDS, I think it’s worthwhile to share and critique other definitions besides the framework we’ve established here. While there seems to be no shortage of frustratingly shallow marketing pieces that glom onto the term; I have been laboring to find a reasonable alternate framework to compare and contrast.
Read on here