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The Infrastructure Behind Twitter: Scaling Networking, Storage and Provisioning by Daniel Bryant Posted on Jan 30, 2017 Microsoft Experimenting with Using Synthetic DNA for Digital Data Storage by Sergio De Simone Posted on May 01, 2016 Collision: How Flash Storage Will Transform IT by David Iffland Posted on Apr 28, 2016
Flocker v1.0 Provides Docker Volume Migration and Storage Abstraction by Daniel Bryant Posted on Jul 03, 2015 Basho Announcements at RICON Conference by Victor Grazi Posted on Nov 03, 2014 Microsoft Azure Joins SSD Storage Bandwagon by Janakiram MSV Posted on Sep 24, 2014
You Are Using the ORM the Wrong Way by Jan Stenberg Posted on Sep 16, 2014 19 Twitter's Manhattan: A Real-time, Multi-tenant Distributed Database by Michael Hausenblas Posted on May 15, 2014 AWS Introduces Amazon Glacier for Low Cost Data Archives by Richard Seroter Posted on Aug 27, 2012
Dave McCrory Unveils Initial Formula for Principle of Data Gravity by Richard Seroter Posted on Jun 29, 2012 4 Google’s New IaaS Offering Runs Linux VMs in the Cloud by Michael Floyd Posted on Jun 28, 2012 ESE Tookit: Use Windows' Internal High-Performance Data Store To Build Applications by Jenni Konrad Posted on Jan 05, 2012
Distributed Cache as a NoSQL Data Store? by Srini Penchikala Posted on Nov 04, 2011 7 New in Google Cloud: SDK 1.5.5, Cloud SQL, Cloud Storage, Prediction API and Premier Accounts by Abel Avram Posted on Oct 13, 2011 2 Better Developer Experience in Version 1.5 of the Data Access Framework MetaModel by Michael Stal Posted on Feb 22, 2011 1
Raven, a Document Database for .NET by Abel Avram Posted on May 19, 2010 4 MagLev Ruby VM Now Available, Brings GemStone's Persistence to Ruby by Werner Schuster Posted on Nov 21, 2009 2
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Preslav Le on How Dropbox Moved off AWS and What They Have Been Able to Do Since with Preslav Le Posted on Nov 18, 2016 In March 2016 Dropbox announced that they had migrated away from Amazon Web Services (AWS). In this week's podcast Robert Bluman talks to Preslav Le about what they have been able to do since.

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