SNIA’s SDC 2016: Public slides and live streaming for Storage Developer Conference

SNIA’s Storage Developer Conference (SDC 2016) is happening this week in Santa Clara, CA. This developer-focused conference cover several storage topics like Cloud, File Systems, NVM, Storage Management, and more. You can see the agenda at http://www.snia.org/events/storage-developer/agenda/2016   However, there a few thing happening differently this time around. First, most of the slides are available…

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Visuality Systems and Microsoft expand SMB collaboration to storage systems

Last week, Microsoft and Visuality Systems announced an expanded collaboration on SMB. Visuality is well known for their work supporting the SMB protocol in embedded devices. If you own a printer or scanner that supports the SMB protocol, there’s a good chance that device is running Visuality’s software. Visuality is now expanding into the storage…

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Build 2016 videos related to OneDrive

Here is an unofficial list of Build 2016 videos that are related to OneDrive: Session Title: OneDrive API – Overview, What’s New, and Scenarios Presenter: Sean Maloney Description: Overview of the OneDrive API for OneDrive and OneDrive for Business, highlights on what’s new, and a quick overview of the range of scenarios you can enable. Session Title: Introducing the…

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Splitting logs with PowerShell

I did some work to aggregate some logs from a group of servers for the whole month of February. This took a while, but I ended up with a nice CSV file that I was ready to load into Excel to create some Pivot Tables. See more on Pivot Tables at: Using PowerShell and Excel…

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The ABC language, thirty years later…

Back in March 1986, I was in my second year of college (Data Processing at the Universidade Federal do Ceara in Brazil). I was also teaching programming night classes at a Brazilian technical school. On that year, I created a language called ABC, complete with a little compiler. It compiled the ABC code into pseudo code…

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PowerShell for finding the size of your local OneDrive folder

I would just like to share a couple of PowerShell scripts to find the size of your local OneDrive folder. Note that this just looks at folders structures and does not interact with the OneDrive sync client or the OneDrive service. First, a one-liner to show the total files, bytes and GBs under the local OneDrive…

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Perhaps OneDrive

  Perhaps OneDrive Perhaps OneDrive’s like a place to save A shelter from the storm It exists to keep your files In their clean and tidy form And in those times of trouble When your PC is gone The memory in OneDrive will bring you home Perhaps OneDrive is like a window Perhaps like one…

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My Top Reasons to Use OneDrive

  As you might have noticed, I am now in the OneDrive team. Since I’ve been here for a few months, I think I earned the right to start sharing a few blogs about OneDrive. I’ll do that over the next few months, focusing on the user’s view of OneDrive (as opposed to the view…

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Raw notes from the Storage Developer Conference 2015 (SNIA SDC 2015)

Notes and disclaimers: This blog post contains raw notes for some of the SNIA’s SDC 2015 presentations (SNIA’s Storage Developers Conference 2015) These notes were typed during the talks and they may include typos and my own misinterpretations. Text in the bullets under each talk are quotes from the speaker or text from the speaker…

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