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IDC confirms our suspicion… EMC is #1 in Flash Market Share! But the real story is the bigger picture…

Sam Marraccini

Sam Marraccini

Director, EMC Global Portfolio Messaging at EMC Corporation
Sam Marraccini is a 17-year EMC veteran and 26-year technology veteran. Part of EMCs Global Portfolio Marketing Team, Sam is focused on the EMCs Storage Strategy and developing messaging to support the storage portfolio. The Global Portfolio Marketing team is responsible for developing and delivering customer messaging across the full EMC product portfolio. In addition to developing the Global Portfolio Storage messaging, Sam's passion and drive continue to be demonstrated in multiple blogs including: The Source "TheSourceBlog.emc.com" and www.insideflash.com (All things flash at EMC). Flash and Microsoft information can be found at www.youtube.com/sammarraccini and Twitter @SamMarraccini (www.twitter.com/SamMarraccini)
Sam Marraccini
Sam Marraccini

IDC recently released the “Worldwide All-Flash and Hybrid Flash Array Market: 1H2014 Vendor Shares and Market Outlook,”
Not surprising to anyone here at EMC, EMC is the market share leader in Flash.  In both “All-Flash Array Revenue” and “Hybrid Flash Array Revenue”, shipping over 58PB combined in the first half of 2014. WOW!
According to IDC, the Flash Market, both All-Flash Arrays (AFA) and Hybrid Flash Arrays (HFA), is “ON FIRE!” – exceeding their original 2013 projections.
IDC goes on to conclude that the addition of enterprise features to All-Flash Arrays will be necessary to successfully deploy All-Flash. Exactly! Flash is Media; it’s a way to store data, and yes, it’s fast. But being fast isn’t enough. In order to successfully integrate Flash into the data center, enterprise data services are a MUST! That’s exactly what EMC is focused on, the transforming impact of Flash on the data center.  Transforming economics via Hybrid Flash Arrays, a little Flash still goes a long way, to transforming architecture with the industry leading All-Flash Array XtremIO. The unique scale-out architecture creates a shared memory space across all controllers, delivering performance at scale with all data services all the time. Data services that include deduplication, compression, encryption and revolutionary snap shots that change the way applications are deployed.
The following tables are taken from the IDC Report; they reflect the 1H 2014 market share numbers for both All-Flash Arrays and Hybrid Flash arrays.

IDC Worldwide All-Flash Array
Market Share, 1H14
IDC Worldwide Hybrid Flash Array
Market Share, 1H14
World-Wide All-Flash Array Revenu by Vendor 1H14 World-Wide Hybrid Flash Revenue by Vendor 1H14

 In both cases EMC is the market share leader, 22% and 35% respectively.  Looking a little closer at IDCs numbers it’s clear that the AFA Market is growing, as IDC said – “It’s on Fire”.  It’s also clear that the AFA Market is still dwarfed by the HFA Market.  In the first half of 2014, the Hybrid Flash Array market commanded 90% of external storage revenue.  That said, it’s also clear that the storage industry is evolving to more flash, it will be interesting to compare these numbers to next year and the following.
All-Flash Array - Hybrid Flash Array Revenue 1H2014 PIE
If you combine all of the numbers into a single view, a view of market share across All-Flash Arrays and Hybrid Flash arrays, EMC is obviously the clear leader.  You’ll also notice that the players in the combined market share are the storage venders you’re probably most familiar with.  I put together a quick reference, and what’s most interesting… the “Other HFA” category gets the #3 spot 😉

Why do I point this out?  The EMC Flash Strategy has always been “Flash Everywhere”.  Flash is a component, an ingredient.  It’s the underlying storage architecture and software that delivers the potential of Flash as a media.  Flash has been fundamental to our storage strategy for just about a decade now.  From our hybrid offerings where a little Flash goes a long way, to the now confirmed industry leading All-Flash Array, XtremIO, EMC is committed to leveraging Flash to accelerate an entire storage portfolio.
Combined All-flash and Hybrid Flash Market ShareWhile the All-Flash Array market is an incredible opportunity for EMC and the industry, a well-rounded portfolio will provide the choice needed to deliver the right architecture for the unique needs of our customers’ application deployments.  The EMC Flash Everywhere strategy has always been designed to address all of our customers flash needs, rregardless of application.  For more informaiton be sure to check out http://www.emc.com/storage/flash/index.htm and the latest EMC Pulse Blog on the topic.
Get all the latest at insideflash.emc.com and follow me on twitter @SamMarraccini

Happy 1st Birthday XtremIO!

Sam Marraccini

Sam Marraccini

Director, EMC Global Portfolio Messaging at EMC Corporation
Sam Marraccini is a 17-year EMC veteran and 26-year technology veteran. Part of EMCs Global Portfolio Marketing Team, Sam is focused on the EMCs Storage Strategy and developing messaging to support the storage portfolio. The Global Portfolio Marketing team is responsible for developing and delivering customer messaging across the full EMC product portfolio. In addition to developing the Global Portfolio Storage messaging, Sam's passion and drive continue to be demonstrated in multiple blogs including: The Source "TheSourceBlog.emc.com" and www.insideflash.com (All things flash at EMC). Flash and Microsoft information can be found at www.youtube.com/sammarraccini and Twitter @SamMarraccini (www.twitter.com/SamMarraccini)
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Sam Marraccini

Happy 1st Birthday XtremIO
November 2014 marks the 1st anniversary of the general availability of EMC XtremIO, and what a year it’s been!! From the initial EMC Acquisition announced at EMCWorld 2012, it was clear that XtremIO is different. The architecture was, and still is, fundamentally different than any other storage array on the market. Originally made generally available in November 2013, XtremIO demonstrated early adoption in the Virtual Desktop and Virtual Server space. XtremIO’s always-on inline data deduplication along with scale out architecture, was and is, truly revolutionary in the industry. It provides a platform for successful VDI deployments at scale.

It turns out VDI was just the beginning. With the introduction of XtremIO 3.0 Software in July, our customers immediately started to adopt new features like always-on data compression and space-efficient snapshots that instantly create high performance copies of database platforms without impacting the performance of production. Add to that the entry level 5TB Starter X-Brick and 7-year maintenance price protection and 7 year flash life endurance protection, and you start to get the picture. This is a different storage array.

Happy Birthday Architecture still Matters
So much so that I would argue that XtremIO isn’t about Flash at all. What you may ask… isn’t XtremIO an All-Flash-Array? Yes, of course it is. But the advanced data services and consistent performance capabilities are all related to how data is handled and processed by the core XtremIO software. Software that runs on the controllers providing consistent performance with full data services at scale. Flash just happened to be the media of choice when the core-software was developed. It’s all about XIOS – XtremIO Operating System. Featuring: Content-Based Data Placement, Dual Stage Metadata, XtremIO Data Protection (XDP), and In-Memory Metadata XIOS provided the foundation for additional services like compression and snapshots with more to come.

And that’s really the beauty of XtremIO one year later, and we are just beginning the journey.  Happy 1st Birthday XtremIO!

Oh, and don’t forget the $1,000,000 Guarantee, recently extended!!

Get all the latest at insideflash.emc.com and follow me on twitter @SamMarraccini

VMworld2014 Tuesday’s list of things to do!

Sam Marraccini

Sam Marraccini

Director, EMC Global Portfolio Messaging at EMC Corporation
Sam Marraccini is a 17-year EMC veteran and 26-year technology veteran. Part of EMCs Global Portfolio Marketing Team, Sam is focused on the EMCs Storage Strategy and developing messaging to support the storage portfolio. The Global Portfolio Marketing team is responsible for developing and delivering customer messaging across the full EMC product portfolio. In addition to developing the Global Portfolio Storage messaging, Sam's passion and drive continue to be demonstrated in multiple blogs including: The Source "TheSourceBlog.emc.com" and www.insideflash.com (All things flash at EMC). Flash and Microsoft information can be found at www.youtube.com/sammarraccini and Twitter @SamMarraccini (www.twitter.com/SamMarraccini)
Sam Marraccini
Sam Marraccini

Tuesday 8/26 – Plans for the day.

Don’t miss the Chad’s “meet-up” in the EMC Booth at 12:30pm today – Ask the Expert anything about Flash! And catch both EMC Music Videos! – Today ONLY at VMWorld2014!!!

  • “What Can Virtual Volumes Do for You?” hosted by Matt Cowger and Suzy Visvanathan (ID STO3161, TUE Aug26, 12:30pm)
  • “Scaling Your Storage Architecture for Big Data – How the Isilon Server Fits Well with Virtual Hapood Workloads”, hosted by Justin Murray & Ryan Peterson. (ID VAPP1314, TUE Aug26, 4:00pm)
  • “Designing Next Generation Software-Defined Data Centers: A Panel with VMware Certified Design Experts”: featuring Matt Cowger. (ID INF1736, TUE Aug26, 5:30pm And of course

“CHADS SESSIONS!”

  • “Software Defined Storage – What’s Next?” (INF1864, TUE Aug26, 4:00pm)
  • “vSphere storage Best Practices: Next-Gen Storage Technologies” (STO2496, TUE Aug26, 5:00pm)

You can reach me directly @SamMarraccini see you later today!VMworld Tuesday

XtremIO optimized for Oracle Databases

Sam Marraccini

Sam Marraccini

Director, EMC Global Portfolio Messaging at EMC Corporation
Sam Marraccini is a 17-year EMC veteran and 26-year technology veteran. Part of EMCs Global Portfolio Marketing Team, Sam is focused on the EMCs Storage Strategy and developing messaging to support the storage portfolio. The Global Portfolio Marketing team is responsible for developing and delivering customer messaging across the full EMC product portfolio. In addition to developing the Global Portfolio Storage messaging, Sam's passion and drive continue to be demonstrated in multiple blogs including: The Source "TheSourceBlog.emc.com" and www.insideflash.com (All things flash at EMC). Flash and Microsoft information can be found at www.youtube.com/sammarraccini and Twitter @SamMarraccini (www.twitter.com/SamMarraccini)
Sam Marraccini
Sam Marraccini

DBA notice things like latency, especially if you’re able to deliver low latency one day, or hour, and not the next. Of course, Flash promises performance, no rotational delay, no seek-time. Performance is the easy part; I’ll say it again, Architecture Matters. Without getting on my soap-box, Flash impacts every storage architectural model. Flash is everywhere.

XtremIO takes the concept to a new level. By developing a storage architecture designed from the ground up to take advantage of Flash, you can develop an architectural model that addresses the shortcomings of Flash; Shortcomings like garbage collection, memory management and write wear leveling. If not addressed, these shortcomings can lead to inconsistent performance, regardless of architecture.

The XtremIO engineering team recently pointed out these shortcomings and how XtremIO is architecture to directly address them. Looking at a specific workload, in this case Oracle Databases, it starts to become clear how XtremIOs in-memory meta-data can provide constant performance in an environment that provides a wide variance of IO profiles and patterns.

Storage Throughput for databasesThe White Paper “EMC XtremIO Optimized Flash Storage for Oracle Databases” looks at the principles of Oracle Databases and how “All Flash Array” technologies can be used to solve those issues, while maintaining consistent performance characteristics.

While the general category “All Flash Array” may include many offerings, the implementation of each is much different. When running real Oracle Benchmarks like SLOB, you can clearly see what we mean by consistent performance.

Download the whitepaper for yourself at http://xtremio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/h13174-wp-optimized-flash-storage-for-oracle-databases.pdf

As always, follow me on twitter @SamMarraccini, check out my YouTube channel and if you are headed to VMWorld2014 (San Fran), drop me a tweet and be sure to stop by the EMC Booth!

Why All Flash Arrays Now? The latest “Big Idea”

Sam Marraccini

Sam Marraccini

Director, EMC Global Portfolio Messaging at EMC Corporation
Sam Marraccini is a 17-year EMC veteran and 26-year technology veteran. Part of EMCs Global Portfolio Marketing Team, Sam is focused on the EMCs Storage Strategy and developing messaging to support the storage portfolio. The Global Portfolio Marketing team is responsible for developing and delivering customer messaging across the full EMC product portfolio. In addition to developing the Global Portfolio Storage messaging, Sam's passion and drive continue to be demonstrated in multiple blogs including: The Source "TheSourceBlog.emc.com" and www.insideflash.com (All things flash at EMC). Flash and Microsoft information can be found at www.youtube.com/sammarraccini and Twitter @SamMarraccini (www.twitter.com/SamMarraccini)
Sam Marraccini
Sam Marraccini

We talk about it all the time, Flash is transforming IT. It’s transforming the way we work, the way we network, the way we shop, and the way we communicate. That technology is at the breaking point of new IT infrastructure. Do you understand how? The latest EMC Education Series “Big Ideas” looks at the case for all Flash. Why All Flash Arrays Now? It’s a great look at what has been happening in the industry and why EMC is leading the way!

Get all the latest at insideflash.emc.com and follow me on twitter @SamMarraccini

Flash and VDI, a marriage made in heaven!?!

Sam Marraccini

Sam Marraccini

Director, EMC Global Portfolio Messaging at EMC Corporation
Sam Marraccini is a 17-year EMC veteran and 26-year technology veteran. Part of EMCs Global Portfolio Marketing Team, Sam is focused on the EMCs Storage Strategy and developing messaging to support the storage portfolio. The Global Portfolio Marketing team is responsible for developing and delivering customer messaging across the full EMC product portfolio. In addition to developing the Global Portfolio Storage messaging, Sam's passion and drive continue to be demonstrated in multiple blogs including: The Source "TheSourceBlog.emc.com" and www.insideflash.com (All things flash at EMC). Flash and Microsoft information can be found at www.youtube.com/sammarraccini and Twitter @SamMarraccini (www.twitter.com/SamMarraccini)
Sam Marraccini
Sam Marraccini

Happy New Year!!!  And what a year it’s been, Flash keeps getting cheaper: Moore’s Law (faster & more dense), new Purpose built All Flash Storage Arrays with truly in-line Data Deduplication, and new form factors of Server Flash along with updates to software integrating it all together!  And that’s just some of the developments we’ve seen in 2013.  In the case of these developments, they have all directly impacted planned VDI deployments, or in some cases resurrected failed VDI deployments.  They are all parts of deploying a non-stop production ready and scalable VDI infrastructure. 

Business Case for Virtual DesktopsBut before you jump back on the VDI trail, it’s important to understand your business case for virtual desktops.  Why are you deploying VDI?  What problem are you trying to solve?  Starting with the business case should impact your design, and ultimately make you a success with your business sponsor. 

Like everything in IT, there are Good Use Cases (flexible desktop access with centralized application access) and Bad Use Cases (software licensing & management savings).  One thing is clear, every use case is different.  There is no “One-size-fits-all” approach.  What do your users need?  Non-persistent (Pooled) vs persistent desktops (Dedicated)?  They both cover a unique set of pros and cons that need to be considered, where is the user data, what is the application workload?  All things that need to be considered, all things that require choice in infrastructure.  A service provider deploying tens of thousands of seats in a multi-tenant deployment has much different infrastructure requirements than a remote office/branch office deployment with less than 100 seats.   Having a portfolio capable of scaling and providing the right fit is exactly what EMC provides.

“Flash everywhere” has long been the philosophy here at EMC.  After all, your application requirements, not a vendor’s biases, should dictate how best to leverage the capabilities of Flash to drive the greatest value for you.  Choice is everything, especially for VDI deployments.  Consider a 500 Desktop VDI deployment where accelerating boot time is a key performance consideration.  An architecture where a hybrid storage array with a few Flash drives configured as a Cache could directly address the challenge at hand.   FAST Cache in the EMC VNX Platform can be configured to do exactly that; in fact, the video demonstration below highlights a 500 user Citrix XenDesktop infrastructure when boot time was reduced 44%, with just  TWO Flash drives and a simple FAST Cache enablement.

EMC FAST Cache reduces XenDesktop boot 44% with only two flash drives

Again, back to understanding the full business justification for deploying VDI.   Looking to deploy a scalable solution that can support 2,500 users in only 6U with linearly scalability?  And I mean linear scalability.  2,500 Users in 6U, 5,000 users in 12U….  That’s where a Purpose Built All Flash Array can swallow up any IO storm thrown its way from any deployment model, but also with its real-time inline data reduction can not only handle the workload with ease, but can dramatically reduce the costs per desktop and simplify deployment.  But to do it, you need an array designed for exactly that…  EMCs XtremIO more than covers VDI deployments at scale.  Take a look while EMCs own Chad Sakac hammers a single X-Brick with 2,500 Citrix MCS VDS desktops using LoginVSI.  The results speak for themselves.  Quoting Chad, “Everyone gets an Ultrabook Experience”, and happy users = happy admins.  

Breakthrough Login VSI Benchmark with 2,500 Citrix MCS users

For more details on the advantages of XtremIO for VDI deployments visit www.XtremIO.com/VDI, and if you’re part of the EMC Partner Community or a Citrix Partner attending the Citrix Partner Summit next week stop by the EMC booth.  Let us show you why EMCs full portfolio will allow you to provide the right infrastructure based on your customers’ VDI business goals.  EMC is the solution for VDI!

All that and we haven’t even touched on replication and high availability/disaster recovery, stay tuned to insideflash.emc.com, for a teaser check out http://www.xtremio.com/vplex or ask me at the Citrix Summit 2014 next week.  Follow me on twitter @SamMarraccini to get the latest from Inside Flash, including video highlights from the Citrix Summit

Xpect the Flash event of the Year!

Sam Marraccini

Sam Marraccini

Director, EMC Global Portfolio Messaging at EMC Corporation
Sam Marraccini is a 17-year EMC veteran and 26-year technology veteran. Part of EMCs Global Portfolio Marketing Team, Sam is focused on the EMCs Storage Strategy and developing messaging to support the storage portfolio. The Global Portfolio Marketing team is responsible for developing and delivering customer messaging across the full EMC product portfolio. In addition to developing the Global Portfolio Storage messaging, Sam's passion and drive continue to be demonstrated in multiple blogs including: The Source "TheSourceBlog.emc.com" and www.insideflash.com (All things flash at EMC). Flash and Microsoft information can be found at www.youtube.com/sammarraccini and Twitter @SamMarraccini (www.twitter.com/SamMarraccini)
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Sam Marraccini

THE COUNTDOWN HAS BEGUN

XPECT MORE

flash event of the yeari

http://emc.im/XpectMore

Inside Flash with Sam Marraccini: Episode #12: A look back at the Flash Evolution

Sam Marraccini

Sam Marraccini

Director, EMC Global Portfolio Messaging at EMC Corporation
Sam Marraccini is a 17-year EMC veteran and 26-year technology veteran. Part of EMCs Global Portfolio Marketing Team, Sam is focused on the EMCs Storage Strategy and developing messaging to support the storage portfolio. The Global Portfolio Marketing team is responsible for developing and delivering customer messaging across the full EMC product portfolio. In addition to developing the Global Portfolio Storage messaging, Sam's passion and drive continue to be demonstrated in multiple blogs including: The Source "TheSourceBlog.emc.com" and www.insideflash.com (All things flash at EMC). Flash and Microsoft information can be found at www.youtube.com/sammarraccini and Twitter @SamMarraccini (www.twitter.com/SamMarraccini)
Sam Marraccini
Sam Marraccini

The IT evolution continues and Flash is changing everything.  Seems that every day there is a new press release, related to some new promising advancement in the Flash industry!  The evolution continues!

But how did we get here?  Understanding the past could give us some insight into the future. With that in mind, I recently sat down with Dan Cobb.  Dan is the CTO of the EMC Flash Products Division and has collected quite the collection of various Flash technologies, a a unique look at the Flash Evolution.

Get all the latest at insideflash.emc.com and follow me on twitter @SamMarraccini

Sam Marraccini Dan Cobb

EMC officially acquires ScaleIO: Delivers on Flash.Next Roadmap! (in just 4 months!)

Sam Marraccini

Sam Marraccini

Director, EMC Global Portfolio Messaging at EMC Corporation
Sam Marraccini is a 17-year EMC veteran and 26-year technology veteran. Part of EMCs Global Portfolio Marketing Team, Sam is focused on the EMCs Storage Strategy and developing messaging to support the storage portfolio. The Global Portfolio Marketing team is responsible for developing and delivering customer messaging across the full EMC product portfolio. In addition to developing the Global Portfolio Storage messaging, Sam's passion and drive continue to be demonstrated in multiple blogs including: The Source "TheSourceBlog.emc.com" and www.insideflash.com (All things flash at EMC). Flash and Microsoft information can be found at www.youtube.com/sammarraccini and Twitter @SamMarraccini (www.twitter.com/SamMarraccini)
Sam Marraccini
Sam Marraccini

The EMC Flash.Next launch was just 4 months ago. The March 2013 live webcast introduced the EMC Xtrem Family: XtremSF, XtremSW Cache and XtremIO. XtremSW Cache continues to combine the performance of server side flash with the protection of an enterprise storage array. I blogged then that the difference was in the “Software” and that’s even more evident after this morning’s acquisition of ScaleIO.

EMC Flash.Next Future, Delivered via XtremSW Cache 2.0 and ScaleIO (only 4 months later)

EMC Flash.Next Future, Delivered via XtremSW Cache 2.0 and ScaleIO (only 4 months later)

There was an interesting “Future Direction” slide provided in the content of the flash.next launch back in March. The Future included software for Caching (Shared Storage Cache Coherency) and Direct Attached Storage (High Availability and Pooling). As previously mentioned on this blog, Shared Storage Cache Coherency will be one of the many new features
of XtremSW Cache 2.0 (GA Q3/13). I spent some time at EMC World eviewing some of the new features of XtremSW Cache 2.0.

What wasn’t addressed was the functionality promised for Local Storage (DAS), High Availability and Pooling. That was directly addressed with today’s acquisition.

ScaleIO ECS (Elastic Converged Storage) provides a software layer to abstract local flash storage. That abstracted storage can now be shared across standard ethernet scaleio interconnects to provide an “ECS Block” device. So having the ECS client installed on 10 servers, each with a 2.2TB local XtremSF card, would yield 22TB of capacity in the storage pool. Capacity in each node can differ and there is no tie to the hardware, providing a truly hardware agnostic approach. Data is protected against disk and node failures, and striped for maximum performance. The elasticity comes in as you add nodes to the pool; nodes can be added and removed on the fly during I/O operations.  When new nodes are added, data is balanced across the new nodes, providing a scalable architecture. With Performance QoS controls, Encryption at Rest, Snapshots and Thin Provisioning, ScaleIO brings functionality to local flash devices. A perfect addition to the EMC XtremSW Suite.

xtremportfolioSoftware enables the infrastructure, but it’s the application that requires the infrastructure.So, in reality this is all about the application. Next generation web architectures require scale. To get that scale and ultra-low latency, some architectures have moved to deployment on local PCIe Flash devices. Providing the lowest possible latency and highest possible IO, exactly what EMCs XtremSF is designed for. However, the tradeoff is the loss of advanced data services, services our customers have come to expect from EMCs Enterprise storage architectures. EMC XtremSW Cache addresses that issue for application with IO patterns skewed towards reads. ScaleIO brings similar functionality to local storage.

Think about those racks of servers in your web farm, adding ScaleIO software will allow you to bring advanced functionality to those devices.

EMCs Flash Strategy is about Choice! Providing the right architecture for our customers
based on the applications needs, ScaleIO provides another option for protecting
and enabling your application architectures.

Follow me on twitter @SamMarraccini for all the latest, much more to come on insideflash.emc.com

Inside Flash with Sam Marraccini: Episode #10: EMC World 2013 “X Factor”

Sam Marraccini

Sam Marraccini

Director, EMC Global Portfolio Messaging at EMC Corporation
Sam Marraccini is a 17-year EMC veteran and 26-year technology veteran. Part of EMCs Global Portfolio Marketing Team, Sam is focused on the EMCs Storage Strategy and developing messaging to support the storage portfolio. The Global Portfolio Marketing team is responsible for developing and delivering customer messaging across the full EMC product portfolio. In addition to developing the Global Portfolio Storage messaging, Sam's passion and drive continue to be demonstrated in multiple blogs including: The Source "TheSourceBlog.emc.com" and www.insideflash.com (All things flash at EMC). Flash and Microsoft information can be found at www.youtube.com/sammarraccini and Twitter @SamMarraccini (www.twitter.com/SamMarraccini)
Sam Marraccini
Sam Marraccini

EMC World in one word? Overwhelming! and more so every year. At least that’s the feedback I get from EMC Customers. If you attended, you had to make some choices: What session should I attend? What keynote sessions should I make? If you missed the X Factor in the exhibit hall, you missed the details of EMCs Flash Everywhere Strategy. Featuring an XtremIO array, the X Factor focused on the EMC Xtrem Portfolio. The “X Factor” Theater featured the details of the EMC Xtrem Family: XtremSF (PCIe Server Flash), XtremSW Cache (Caching Software) and XtremIO (EMCs All Flash Array).

I was able to capture one of the last theater sessions of the show; you’ll find it in this episode of www.InsideFlash.com

I also included some footage from the closing party featuring Bruno Mars, hope you enjoy.

XtremSW Cache 2.0 is around the corner, so stay tuned for lots of updates on new features and functionality. Remember, it’s the software that enables the Flash hardware.

Have questions? You can e-mail me directly at sam.marraccini@emc.com. See you at Microsoft Teched 2013!

Thanks for watching insideflash.emc.com.

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