With the recent introduction of NVMe with HPE and Qumulo, I thought catching up on things would be a good idea. Joining me on this podcast, ATSB #281, is Ben Gitenstein, Vice President of Products and Solutions at Qumulo.
A brief introduction
This was supposed to be my last blog post of 2020 but I was deep into the holiday spirit and didn’t publish it. Oops! It was my podcast in 2020, and I did NOT forget to publish it. In the podcast, we’ll look at HPE and Qumulo. I did a podcast and demo with Qumulo last year that if you didn’t see it or don’t remember it, you should check it out.
Here’s what Ben and I discussed:
00:00 – 02:45 Introduction, HPE and Qumulo relationship
02:45 – 05:10 Ideal file workloads with Qumulo and with which HPE Servers, introducing NVMe.
05:10 – 08:35 Why NVMe for file services: what kinds of customers and workloads
08:35 – 11:20 What did you have to do within Qumulo to support NVMe?
11:20 – 14:00 How does Qumulo fit within a hybrid cloud focus?
14:00 – 16:25 How do HPE GreenLake and Qumulo come together?
16:25 – 21:00 Why did Qumulo focus on real-time visibility and why is it important?
21:00 – 23:45 What else is important to know about Qumulo? (Hint: Quality software and APIs)
23:45 – 27:15 What are Qumulo and HPE doing that make our customers really happy?
27:15 – 28:10 Wrap-up
Check out more
- You can visit our page at hpe.com/storage/Qumulo.
- Check out all the previous blog posts about HPE and Qumulo.
- In late 2019, I did a podcast with Qumulo CEO Bill Richter and there’s also a really good demo overview.
- The latest blog that looked at support for NVMe is Accelerate innovation in unstructured data environments with All-NVMe and Qumulo file data platform.
(Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on HPE’s Community Blog on Jan. 4, 2021)
I’m Calvin Zito and November 2020 marks 37 years with HP/HPE. I’ve worked in HPE Storage since 1990. I was recently recognized as a 10 time VMware vExpert. As an early adopter of social media and active participant in communities, I’ve blogged for over 13 years. I’m also an avid Boise State fan – and excited that they’ve just decided to play this fall! You can find me on Twitter as @CalvinZito. If you don’t follow me on Twitter, please do it now! You can also contact me via email.