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Are two years’ data better than one?

Photo: Two giraffes by Vera Kratochvil, released to public domain, via publicdomainpictures.net. Two giraffes are definitely better than one.

Ecologists are perennially angst-ridden about sample size.  853 more words


How Do You Search an Amazon S3 Bucket? - Scality Briefing Note

With Amazon S3’s native search capabilities, users are limited only to searching the name of the object. Most people however, want to search by many things in addition to the name of the object. 454 more words


Can You Actively Protect Against Ransomware? - Acronis Backup 12.5 Briefing Note

It is possible to identify and stop ransomware in its tracks. It’s also possible to recover from the damage that ransomware attacks cause. It requires a multi-level approach using intrusion detection systems, ransomware detection systems, and a backup and recovery system to clean up after an attack. 650 more words


Beating Down The Local SSD Myth - E8 Storage Briefing Note

The All-Flash Array market is at a crossroads. The SSD drives they use are getting faster but the systems that hold those drives are not. Today a single NVMe SSD is capable of greater than 700k IOPS, but most AFA can only sustain 500k IOPS. 585 more words

Briefing Note

Storage Resiliency in Nutanix. (Think about the Architecture!)

Hyperconverged is a great technology, but it does have its caveats.  You have to understand the architecture and design your environment appropriately.   Recently I had a Nutanix cluster that had lost Storage Resiliency.   293 more words


Replication as learning

As part of the course on applied statistics I’m teaching, my students have to try to replicate a published paper (or, typically, part of the analysis). 147 more words

Didier Ruedin

What is DNA Replication?

DNA replication is the process by which DNA makes a copy of itself during cell division.
  1. The first step in DNA replication is to ‘unzip’ the double-helix structure of the DNA…
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