Hello all, I am very happy to be writing you all again. It has been quite a whirlwind of a few weeks. Sales Kick-off and R&D visits and a lot of travel. I look forward to getting things moving on this blog again. First, with this newsletter, but also with some new articles. I have … Continue reading Newsletter: January 21, 2017
Hi all, I hope everyone had a good week? I sure did, but I am in fact looking forward to the weekend. I have not been home for a week yet, so a full weekend at home is nice to look forward to. But, want to know something a little odd? I am unemployed, and … Continue reading Newsletter: March 11, 2016
Hello everyone, Recently I did an article on using fingerprints from DataGravity inside of the Heureka software to prove something exists or not. Which is a pretty cool thing since you can use the file fingerprint from Heureka or DataGravity to prove something doesn't exist on the DataGravity array, or any of the endpoints that … Continue reading Congrats Heureka Software, for the new release!
Hi there, An interesting talk with one of my co-workers - a sales SE, got me thinking about this subject and I realized others would be interested so I figured to share it out. It started with a customer who doesn't want music on his array. And he is used to checking backups and doing … Continue reading Finding hidden things!
Hello all, I am home after two weeks. In fact, last time I was home to change clothes, and leave. So actually first home after a month. I am home for three weeks so that is pretty exciting. I do have a lot to share today - as always I guess - and I hope … Continue reading Newsletter: January 17, 2015
I remember when I first saw fingerprints. Several people mentioned them as if they were just another thing. I knew they were not, and I knew they were special. In my What's New in 2.2 article I mentioned how you could do a search for a file using a fingerprint that would find a file … Continue reading Use fingerprints to prove something doesn’t exist!
This is a big release. Work on it has been underway for a while. I am happy to finally be able to share information about it with you. Here is my list of what is new! Fingerprints Yes, every file stored on a DataGravity array will have a SHA-1 created fingerprint. Actually it is of … Continue reading DataGravity Discovery Series v2.2