While waiting for another EMC World session to start (this one is at “Guru” level, let’s see) I thought I might share some of my experience regarding running Netbackup on very large setups – nothing like learning through pain.
As has been my idiom lately, I will comment on food.
Went to Charley’s steakhouse while attending EMC World.
Well, just finished the meal. Steak was ordered medium-rare, arrived medium, a bit chewy (but still tasty) and not hot. I was too tired to complain and ate military style (i.e. it was gone in a minute).
The 26oz ribeye I had at Wollensky’s a couple years ago was a religious experience, comparatively. That thing needed a butterknife, at most. Sometimes staring at it hard enough was sufficient to lop off a piece.
I admit I don’t have enough of a statistical sample for either joint.
Just thought I’d share this.
I don’t know if this has been discussed elsewhere but I felt like I had an epiphany so there…
They way I see it, in a decade or two the most important technology regarding data will be data classification and search technologies.
Re the previous post:
If you want to use supercache or uptempo the idea is that you take AWAY from windows/SQL/exchange cache and add to the fancy cache.