New Storage OS 2.18 improved hyper-converged storage

Reading time: 2 minutesMeet the new version 2.18 of our data storage array operating system: Syneto Storage OS. We are committed to offering our customers access to the latest technologies and innovations in the data storage world. Currently, Storage OS is our main innovation delivery platform. The new Storage OS 2.18 focuses on what are undoubtedly the some of the main innovations in data storage. First off, 2.18 paves the way for hyper-convergence …

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Innovation and monopolies in data storage

Reading time: 3 minutesI’m working with my team to build a company in a very mature market. It has been around for a long time, more than 50 years. It’s a market that’s more than 100 billion $ / years. I constantly challenge myself to understand the consequences of this choice. In this market there are about 5 players, EMC, HP, IBM to name a few who own more than 70% market share. …

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Behind the Scene: The Right Tool for the Job – Multiple Language Development (#9)

Reading time: 2 minutesIn our previous blog post we have seen how each language in a multiple language development environment has its own culture and how this culture can transcend into other languages. This borrowing of philosophy is a great way to enhance both your spoken language capabilities as well as your programming language skills. Using the right programming language for the right task can be a powerful asset. Each programming language is …

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Syneto at CeBIT 2015 #1

Reading time: 1 minuteHey folks, We’re just setting things up here at CeBIT 2015. If you would like to meet Syneto in person, you are more than welcome to stop by our booth in Hall 6, Stand B49. We are available for technology demos or simple discussions regarding data storage throughout the event See you around!

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responding to change over following plans

Behind the Scene: Agile by Responding to Change (#7)

Reading time: 2 minutesThe forth principle of the Agile Manifesto tells us that we should value “Responding to change over following a plan”. This seems pretty strait forward, right? If a client wants a specific feature we implement it, if he wants something else, we do that too. It should be the perfect way to work. We are not subject to any plan, instead we just react to whatever changes the client wants. …

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