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March 12, 2009

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Dmitry

"Well, a pretty nice dorm room considering the cost of twenty-four SSDs… maybe these guys drive BMWs…."

Well, as it says on the page, it's part of Samsung commercial and guys work for Samsung (or whatever they mean by "Sumsung techies").

Robert Wipfel

Hi, your colleague Richard Jones knows that I'm a big fan of virtual synchrony protocols ;-) are the foundation of many H/A cluster and replication products. HP's federated array of bricks [1] used similar protocols: a grid of COTS servers with local disks and distributed replication. Suppose those bricks used SSDs instead. Can you imagine? What's a storage array in the new world, can I run my VMs there too ;-)

[1] http://www.hpl.hp.com/research/ssp/papers/2004-10-ASPLOS-FAB.pdf

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