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SNIA Annual Members Virtual Symposium – Jan 26-28

The 2021 Annual Members Symposium will be held virtually this year. SNIA members and non-members are invited to the Members Meeting on the Jan 26th. Register here.

Geek Out on Computational Storage Architectures

Feel you understand the basics on computational storage? Excellent! Now dive into how computational storage plays with other storage infrastructures – like composable. SNIA’s Geek Out on Computational Storage highlights developments with this important technology.

SNIA Swordfish™ v1.2.1c Now Available as a SNIA Standard

This version adds schema support for NVMe and NVMe-oF, the all-new SNIA Swordfish NVMe Model Overview and Mapping Guide, NVMe use case enhancements to the SNIA Swordfish User’s Guide, and more.

 

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Blogs, Webcasts & Podcasts

 

Compute Everywhere: Your Questions Answered
An expert SNIA panel follows up on the “compute everywhere” continuum discussion. SNIA Comoute, Memory and Storage Blog

 

#138: NVMe 2.0 Specification Preview
by Jonmichael Hands, Intel, and Bill Martin, Samsung SNIA Podcasts

 

Upcoming Webcast: Data Privacy and Data Protection in the COVID Era
The COVID-19 Pandemic has amplified cybersecurity concerns particularly related to the cloud. Threat actors have recognized a unique opportunity to exploit pandemic-related vulnerabilities through social engineering attacks, business email compromise, work from home or other remote weak points. This results in increased risk and occurrence of ransomware attacks and data breaches that can disrupt or totally compromise organizations’ ability to conduct business. These security incidents can also subject victims to liability for violations of privacy and data breach notification laws. SNIA Webcasts

 

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