Coho Data: storage transformation without disruption

Coho Data logoCoho Data was first to present at Storage Field Day 8 last October, with Andy Warfield (co-founder and CTO) running the entire presentation start to finish. We knew what to expect: last year Andy also presented at SFD6 and cooked the brains of half the delegates. So this time we came prepared, with ample coffee and not too much breakfast in our stomachs. And we weren’t disappointed: Andy gave a crystal clear company mission to us (NOT focused on the ever-so-hyped “disruption”, but instead on transformation), backed with ample of shiny tech and intelligence inside the Coho array. So what is Coho Data trying to do and how?

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Storage Field Day – I will be attending SFD8!

SFD-Logo2-150x150Woohoo: I will be attending Storage Field Day 8! The 8th edition is held from October 20th till the 23rd in the same location as always: Silicon Valley, CA, (USA, Earth, etc). I’m very excited to return: Storage Field Day 7 was a big success and this time around it shouldn’t be any different. The line-up of presenting companies is impressive: I’ve met some of them at previous Storage Field Days and there’s a couple of new names that I’ve been really looking forward to meet.

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Storage Field Day 6 Day 2 – Coho, Nexenta and Pure Storage

Meet... me! Swag from Coho Data, SFD6.Storage Field Day 6, Day 2! Having recovered somewhat from yesterdays program we all hopped in the limo and drove to Sunnyvale, CA. Breakfast would be served at Coho Data who would also give the first presentation of the day. Second presenter of the day was Nexenta Systems talking about their SDS solutions. Another limo ride later we arrived at Pure Storage who would talk about their all flash arrays (AFAs). The day would be concluded with some video games, dinner and a trip in a time machine. Let’s go!

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