For Computer Weekly, I will be taking another look at computational storage.
Just over a year ago, I wrote this piece setting out some of the basics of the technology.
For this follow up article, we will revisit the advantages of computational storage, the technologies it draws on, and the reasons organisations might use it.
We are particularly interested in any trends around the technology. Is take up or acceptance increasing? Have the drivers and use cases changed? And how has the market matured – have new vendors emerged, or existing vendors, expanded their offerings?
In addition to information about vendor offerings, and commentary from consultants or analysts, I’m keen to see any real-world case studies of computational storage deployments that have gone live within the last year. Ideally, these should be UK based, or internationally known organisations.
The deadline for submitting leads is 1700 London time on Thursday 15 April. As ever, the best format submissions is by email