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J Metz

6 Podcast Episodes

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#121 – NVMe 1.4 Deep Dive Part II with J Metz

Storage Unpacked Podcast

This podcast episode continues the discussion with Dr J Metz and focuses on the detail of NVMe 1.4 and NVMe over Fabrics 1.1. Both standards are complete and have been published in the last few months. The conversation today digs deeper into what the new standards offer and specifically how NVMe/TCP becomes “officially” part of […] The post #121 – NVMe 1.4 Deep Dive Part II with J Metz appeared first on Storage Unpacked Podcast.

32mins

4 Oct 2019

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#120 – NVMe 1.4 Deep Dive Part I with J Metz

Storage Unpacked Podcast

This week Chris and Martin talk to J Metz, R&D Engineer in Cisco Systems’ Advanced Storage division. This is a two-parter – the second episode will be published on Monday 30th September 2019. The NVMe 1.4 specification has recently been published and is in the final 45-day ratification process. This discussion provides some background on […] The post #120 – NVMe 1.4 Deep Dive Part I with J Metz appeared first on Storage Unpacked Podcast.

24mins

27 Sep 2019

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Full Stack Journey 015: J Metz

Full Stack Journey - Packet Pushers

Full Stack Journey 15 features the ever-informative Dr. J Metz. We talk about storage, technology changes in storage, and what these changes mean for IT professionals. The post Full Stack Journey 015: J Metz appeared first on Packet Pushers.

7 Nov 2017

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Full Stack Journey 015: J Metz

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Full Stack Journey 15 features the ever-informative Dr. J Metz. We talk about storage, technology changes in storage, and what these changes mean for IT professionals. The post Full Stack Journey 015: J Metz appeared first on Packet Pushers.

7 Nov 2017

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013 – J Metz on NVMe and NVMe-oF

10 on Tech

A big portion of the incredible storage performance that we enjoy today and that necessitates projects like Intel's SPDK is NVMe. Being that we've lived in a SCSI world for such a long time, it's hard for many people to grasp exactly what NVMe is and begin thinking about storage access this way. To help us understand it better, I'm excited to bring to the show J Metz (@drjmetz) who is possibly the most well-dress storage guy you will ever meet. He's also an academic, researcher, and general force of nature in the office of the CTO at Cisco; his focus is on storage and storage networking. He's currently serving a term on the board of directors (called Promoters) for NVM Express, Inc, which is the organization driving development and awareness of NVMe. I would be hard pressed to find someone more appropriate to discuss NVMe with than J, so this is a very exciting episode, and I'm kicking myself for creating a show where we only got to spend 10 minutes with J. This could easily have been a 60 minute show that I think most listeners would have appreciated!J also writes on his blog (www.jmetz.com) and shared two very important posts with me to pass along. If you find that you need to learn more about NVMe after listening to this show, J has curated (and written personally) a substantial amount of information on NVMe.If you're looking to get up to speed and have a strong grasp of NVMe in general, use this "program of study": https://jmetz.com/2016/08/learning-nvme-a-program-of-study/If you've got a decent grasp of NVMe but need to delve into a certain area of focus, reference this extensive bibliography: https://jmetz.com/2016/08/a-nvme-bibliography/

13mins

10 Oct 2016

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The Hot Aisle – Fibre Channel is Dead, Right? With Dr. J Metz – Episode 40

The Hot Aisle

Dr. J Metz (@drjmetz) R&D Engineer for the Office of the CTO at Cisco (@cisco) joins us this week on The Hot Aisle and expertly educates us on a number of storage (and not-so-storage) related topics including but not limited to: Fibre Channel, FCoE, Ethernet, iSCSI, PCIe, NVMe, NVMf, iSCSI, RDMA over Ethernet, and More!  Our conclusion? Fibre Channel is NOT Dead – but you should listen and decide for yourself!  Your hosts Brent Piatti (@BrentPiatti) and Brian Carpenter (@intheDC) break down the myth of “One Storage Protocol to Rule them All”, Why When you might choose FC or FCoE, and what “Deterministic” & “Non-deterministic” are (plus, why it absolutely matters to your storage architecture).  So pop in your ear-buds and crank to volume to 100 to ensure lossless transmission of this capsule of knowledge.

1hr 4mins

14 Jun 2016