Thursday, June 9, 2011

Q&A: Small Tree's Steve Modica on Storage Protocols

Q&A: Small Tree's Steve Modica on Storage Protocols: Founded in 2003, Small Tree Communications focuses on the Mac platform, offering a variety of storage solutions with an emphasis on cost-efficiency. The goal is to work with users to ensure that they have the bandwidth they need, but that they're not paying for performance that they don't need. StudioBytes once again approached Small Tree's CTO, Steve Modica, to ask him what content creators need to understand about storage protocols. In an opinionated Q&A, he told us that clustered file systems are obsolete, bandwidth is overrated, and "scalability" is a dead end....

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