Netflix decided in 2008 that its new business model would have been the complete consumption of public cloud, specifically AWS. It took 8 years to the leader in Video Streaming to complete the migration of its services into AWS, and now Netflix doesn’t run any significant workload in its own premises.
I’ve always been a fan of PernixData since the day I first learned about them at Storage Field Day 3 more than a year ago. I’ve always been in touch with them afterwards, visited their offices in San Jose, and I was also accepted into their PernixPro program. Thanks to the program, I got the opportunity to test with some advance the new release of PernixData FVP 2.0, and a couple of new enhancements seemed to me like a perfect fit for an integration with Veeam Backup & Replication. Have you ever thought what could be the result of accelerating Veeam vPower NFS using Pernixata?
As Dr. Egon Spengler said in the Ghostbusters movie, “Don’t cross the streams. It’s would be BAD” 🙂 It happens at times to talk with some customers, thinking about the possibility to save the backups of their VMs right into the same SAN where they are used to execute them….