If you've wanted ZFS and OpenGL 4.3 support in OS X, now may be your chance to request it from Apple.
Promising better data integrity, start-up Ten's Complement has released a new file system for Macs based on Oracle's ZFS. It's an approach Apple began but dropped.
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Oracle bought Sun which had previously bought an independent storage company, STK. Oracle's new storage strategy: storage is a feature of the Oracle application.
The Oracle stack says that the era of buying and integrating best of breed computing infrastructure has ended.
We may be seeing the beginning of big changes in how storage is architected in enterprise data centers.
EMC has made VMware an integral part of its story in a dramatic departure from years past.
Sun releases news on the ZFS patent infringement suit, including prior art and a change of venue.
Apple's updated OS ships with a number of 64-bit native applications, but Apple's kernel itself defaults to 32-bit, unless the user holds down the "6" and "4" keys during boot time.
The storage acquisition cauldron bubbles. Both HP and LSI/Engenio buy relatively small scale-out NAS file system players. Is there a connection? Is this an emerging trend?