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New DataCore vFilO software pools NAS, object storage

DataCore Software is expanding beyond block storage virtualization with new file and object storage capabilities for unstructured data.

Customers can use the new DataCore vFilO to pool and centrally manage disparate file servers, NAS appliances and object stores located on premises and in the cloud. They also have the option to install vFilO on top of DataCore’s SANsymphony block virtualization software, now rebranded as DataCore SDS

DataCore CMO Gerardo Dada said customers that used the block storage virtualization asked for similar capabilities on the file side. Bringing diverse systems under central management can give them a consistent way to provision, encrypt, migrate and protect data and to locate and share files. Unifying the data also paves the way for customers to use tools such as predictive analytics, Dada said.

Global namespace

The new vFilO software provides a scale-out file system for unstructured data and virtualization technology to abstract existing storage systems. A global namespace facilitates unified access to local and cloud-based data though standard NFS, SMB, and S3 protocols. On the back end, vFilO communicates with the file systems through parallel NFS to speed response times. The software separates metadata from the data to facilitate keyword queries, the company said.

Users can set policies at volume or more granular file levels to place frequently accessed data on faster storage and less active data on lower cost options. They can control the frequency of snapshots for data protection, and they can archive data in on-premises or public cloud object storage in compressed and deduplicated format to reduce costs, Dada said.

DataCore’s vFilO supports automated load balancing across the diverse filers, and users can add nodes to scale out capacity and performance. The minimum vFilo configuration for high availability is four virtual machines, with one node managing the metadata services and the other handling the data services, Dada said.

DataCore vFilo screenshot
New DataCore vFilO software can pool and manage disparate file servers, NAS appliances and object stores.

File vs. object storage

Steven Hill, a senior analyst of storage technologies at 451 Research, said the industry in general would need to better align file and object storage moving forward to address the emerging unstructured data crisis.

“Most of our applications still depend on file systems, but metadata-rich object is far better suited to longer-term data governance and management — especially in the context of hybrid IT, where much of the data resident in the cloud is based on efficient and reliable objects, ” Hill said.

“File systems are great for helping end users remember what their data is and where they put it, but not very useful for identifying and automating policy-based management downstream,” Hill added. “Object storage provides a highly-scalable storage model that’s cloud-friendly and supports the collection of metadata that can then be used to classify and manage that data over time.”

DataCore expects the primary use cases for vFilO to include consolidating file systems and NAS appliances. Customers can use vFilo to move unused or infrequently accessed files to cheaper cloud object storage to free up primary storage space. They can also replicate files for disaster recovery.

Eric Burgener, a research vice president at IDC, said unstructured data is a high growth area. He predicts vFilO will be most attractive to the company’s existing customers. DataCore claims to have more than 10,000 customers.

“DataCore customers already liked the functionality, and they know how to manage it,” Burgener said. “If [vFilO] starts to get traction because of its ease of use, then we may see more pickup on the new customer side.”

Camberley Bates, a managing director and analyst at Evaluator Group, expects DataCore to focus on the media market and other industries needing high performance.

Pricing for vFilO

Pricing for vFilO is based on capacity consumption, with a 10 TB minimum order. One- and three-year subscriptions are available, with different pricing for active and inactive data. A vFilO installation with 10 TB to 49 TB of active data costs $345 per TB for a one-year subscription and $904 per TB for a three-year subscription. For the same capacity range of inactive data, vFilo would cost $175 per TB for a one-year subscription and $459 per TB for a three-year subscription. DataCore offers volume discounts for customers with higher capacity deployments.

The Linux-based vFilO image can run on a virtual machine or on commodity bare-metal servers. Dada said DataCore recommends separate hardware for the differently architected vFilO and SANsymphony products to avoid resource contention. Both products have plugins for Kubernetes and other container environments, Dada added.

The vFilO software became available this week as a software-only product, but Dada said the company could add an appliance if customers and resellers express enough interest. DataCore launched a hyper-converged infrastructure appliance for SANsymphony over the summer. 

DataCore incorporated technology from partners and open source projects into the new vFilO software, but Dada declined to identify the sources.

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DARPA unveils first SSITH prototype to mitigate hardware flaws

DARPA aims to block hardware attacks at the source and reduce the need for software patches and has turned to a new microprocessor design to help achieve that goal.

DARPA first announced the project, dubbed SSITH, in 2017 and Dr. Linton Salmon, program manager in the microsystems technology office at DARPA, presented the project and the first prototype chip at this year’s DEF CON event in Las Vegas. He admitted he had to force the naming of the project — System Security Integration Through Hardware and Firmware — to fit the SSITH acronym.

According to Salmon, DARPA has six teams working on 15 different SSITH prototypes using open source RISC-V cores and ranging from low-end IoT devices up to high-end systems. 

“The goal of the program is to provide security against hardware vulnerabilities that are exploited through software [and] to increase security throughout the microelectronics enterprise, whether you’re talking about small IoT devices or you’re talking about a high-performance computing system that costs hundreds of millions of dollars,” Salmon said. 

He added that the reason why software was given responsibility for security was likely a function of how quickly technology iterates, but said that just asking software to handle security is “inappropriate.”

“Right now we’re doing patch and pray. If there’s a software weakness that exploits a hardware vulnerability — like buffer overflow — if there’s a patch, you go on the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures [CVE] index at NIST and it’s ‘This is the attack on that software, and here’s the patch to fix it,'” Salmon said. “The problem is someone finds another way through that same software to exploit that same hardware weakness, and they do it again. Now you get another software patch. And each time you get a software patch, of course there’s this period between the time it’s actually employed for people to break in.”

The main example of this during Linton’s talk was buffer overflow, which Linton said has been a problem for more than 20 years. He said the goal of SSITH would be to block buffer overflow and other hardware attacks at the source and reduce the need for software patches for flaws caused by underlying hardware issue. 

“We are trying to make an important step forward in how to make electronic systems secure,” Salmon said. “We address the hardware vulnerabilities at their source and reduce the attack surface from thousands of independent software patches to a few basic hardware approaches.”

Salmon was careful to note that despite presenting SSITH at the DEF CON Voting Village, the purpose of SSITH is “not to make a secure election system” partially because that’s not DARPA’s mission, but also because the goal is much more broad.

DARPA felt the Voting Village would be a good place for a demonstration because it would be a popular open forum with a large interested audience, and because elections are “a critical national infrastructure.” Salmon added that DARPA also brought SSITH to DEF CON because the only way to know the device was secure was to put it out into the world for others to try to break.

“We appreciate the time and effort you will take in breaking our hardware,” Salmon said. However, a DARPA representative in the Voting Village Hacking area said at the end of the first day that no one had attempted to attack the SSITH. It is unclear if anyone attempted an attack during DEF CON.

DARPA and Voting Village representatives have not responded to requests for comment at the time of this post.

At this point in the SSITH program, DARPA has only developed prototypes of the low-end chip to test, but Linton said the hope was to come back to DEF CON with more prototypes in the future.

At the end of the SSITH program, DARPA hopes the prototype designs it develops using open source hardware, including RISC-V processors, and frameworks will be adopted by other manufacturers in order to help make devices more secure.

Jake Williams, founder and president of Rendition Infosec in Augusta, Ga., said DARPA’s academic pursuit was interesting but he had doubts around SSITH’s implementation and adoption.

“This isn’t the first academic project to claim their customized hardware would block attacks. The performance overhead on hardware solutions has traditionally been pretty poor,” Williams told SearchSecurity. “As a corollary, shadow stacks were introduced [around] 2001 and still aren’t being used, despite not requiring special hardware and having a much lower performance overhead. They also completely eliminate practical buffer overflow exploitation on the stack.”

Beyond the performance questions, Williams was unsure if the market is willing to adopt a custom chip like SSITH.

“We’ve been down this road before. Nobody wants custom chips even if they’re safer. There’s no appetite for custom ‘secure’ processors in the market right now,” Williams said. “The security on the mobile side has been all about secure key storage. Anything that increases overhead simultaneously increases heat and decreases battery life, so I doubt there’s anything there.”

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Chief transformation officer takes digital one step further

There’s a new player on the block when it comes to the team leading digital efforts within a healthcare organization.

Peter Fleischut, M.D., has spent the last two years leading telemedicine, robotics and robotic process automation and artificial intelligence efforts at New York-Presbyterian as its chief transformation officer, a relatively new title that is beginning to take form right alongside the chief digital officer.

Fleischut works as part of the organization’s innovation team under New York-Presbyterian CIO Daniel Barchi. Formerly the chief innovation officer for New York-Presbyterian, Fleischut described his role as improving care delivery and providing a better digital experience.

“I feel like we’re past the age of innovating. Now it’s really about transforming our care model,” he said.

What is a chief transformation officer?

The chief transformation officer is “larger than a technology or digital role alone,” according to Barchi.

Indeed, Laura Craft, analyst at Gartner, said she’s seeing healthcare organizations use the title more frequently to indicate a wider scope than, say, the chief digital officer.

The chief digital officer, a title that emerged more than five years ago, is often described as taking an organization from analog to digital. The digital officer role is still making inroads in healthcare today. Kaiser Permanente recently named Prat Vemana as its first chief digital officer for the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals. In the newly created role, Vemana is tasked with leading Kaiser Permanente’s digital strategy in collaboration with internal health plan and hospital teams, according to a news release.

A chief transformation officer, however, often focuses not just on digital but also emerging tech, such as AI, to reimagine how an organization does business.

“It has a real imperative to change the way [healthcare] is operating and doing business, and healthcare organizations are struggling with that,” Craft said. 

Barchi, who has been CIO at New York-Presbyterian for four years, said the role of chief transformation officer was developed by the nonprofit academic medical center to “take technology to the next level” and scale some of the digital programs it had started. The organization sought to improve not only back office functions but to advance the way it operates digitally when it comes to the patient experience, from hospital check-in to check-out.

I feel like we’re past the age of innovating. Now it’s really about transforming our care model.
Peter Fleischut, M.D.Chief transformation officer, New York-Presbyterian

Fleischut was selected for the role due to his background as a clinician, as well as the organization’s former chief innovation officer. He has been in the role for two years and is charged with further developing and scaling New York-Presbyterian’s AI, robotics and telemedicine programs.

The organization, which has four major divisions and is comprised of 10 hospitals, deeply invested in its telemedicine efforts and built a suite of services about four years ago. In 2016, it completed roughly 1,000 synchronous video visits between providers and patients. Now, the organization expects to complete between 500,000 and 1,000,000 video visits by the end of 2019, Fleischut said during his talk at the recent mHealth & Telehealth World Summit in Boston.

One of the areas where New York-Presbyterian expanded its telemedicine services under Fleischut’s lead was in emergency rooms, offering low-acuity patients the option of seeing a doctor virtually instead of in-person, which shortened patient discharge times from an average baseline of two and a half hours to 31 minutes.

The healthcare organization has also expanded its telemedicine services to kiosks set up in local Walgreens, and has a mobile stroke unit operating out of three ambulances. Stroke victims are treated in the ambulance virtually by an on-call neurologist.  

“At the end of the day with innovation and transformation, it’s all about speed, it’s all about time, and that’s what this is about,” Fleischut said. “How to leverage telemedicine to provide faster, quicker, better care to our patients.”

Transforming care delivery, hospital operations  

Telemedicine is one example of how New York-Presbyterian is transforming the way it interacts with patients. Indeed, that’s one of Fleischut’s main goals — to streamline the patient experience digitally through tools like telemedicine, Barchi said.

“The way you reach patients is using technology to be part of their lives,” Barchi said. “So Pete, in his role, is really important because we wanted someone focused on that patient experience and using things like telemedicine to make the patient journey seamless.” 

But for Fleischut to build a better patient experience, he also has to transform the way the hospital operates digitally, another one of his major goals.

As an academic medical center, Barchi said the organization invests significantly in advanced, innovative technology, including robotics. Barchi said he works with one large budget to fund innovation, information security and electronic medical records.

One hospital operation Fleischut worked to automate using robotics was food delivery. Instead of having hospital employees deliver meals to patients, New York-Presbyterian now uses large robots loaded with food trays that are programmed to deliver patient meals.

Fleischut’s work, Barchi said, will continue to focus on innovative technologies transforming the way New York-Presbyterian operates and delivers care.

“Pete’s skills from being a physician with years of experience, as well as his knowledge of technology, allow him to be truly transformative,” Barchi said.

In his role as chief transformation officer, Fleischut said he considers people and processes the most important part of the transformation journey. Without having the right processes in place for changing care delivery and without provider buy-in, the effort will not be a success, he said.

“Focusing on the people and the process leads to greater adoption of technologies that, frankly, have been beneficial in other industries,” he said.

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For Sale – EVGA GTX 1080ti FTW3 and EK Waterblock

For sale I have a EVGA gtx 1080ti FTW3 with the correct water block from EKWB.
The graphics card has barely been used and has sat redundant in my pc for the last three months as ive switched back to console gaming. It is attached to my EVGA account and will come with the original box, however there is no receipt.
It has NEVER been overclocked and has only been used to run 1080p games.

The water block is unused as I have decided to not add it as the temps were fine. The water block hasn’t even been removed from its packaging only to check that it was complete. I believe i also have a backplate for it but will check to confirm this

Selling as i eventually intend to get a cheaper card as im not using the full potential.
As it is currently sat in the computer i will take some photographs once i get home this evening.
Collection is preferred as i can show you the card in action to alleviate any concerns.

Ideally im looking for £600 for the card, or £650 with the water block as a package.
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The graphics card has barely been used and has sat redundant in my pc for the last three months as ive switched back to console gaming. It is attached to my EVGA account and will come with the original box, however there is no receipt.
It has NEVER been overclocked and has only been used to run 1080p games.

The water block is unused as I have decided to not add it as the temps were fine. The water block hasn’t even been removed from its packaging only to check that it was complete. I believe i also have a backplate for it but will check to confirm this

Selling as i eventually intend to get a cheaper card as im not using the full potential.
As it is currently sat in the computer i will take some photographs once i get home this evening.
Collection is preferred as i can show you the card in action to alleviate any concerns.

Ideally im looking for £600 for the card, or £650 with the water block as a package.
The product links are here
EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 GAMING, 11G-P4-6696-KR, 11GB GDDR5X, iCX Technology – 9 Thermal Sensors & RGB LED G/P/M
EK-FC1080 GTX Ti FTW3 – Nickel – EK Webshop

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For Sale – EVGA GTX 1080ti FTW3 and EK Waterblock

For sale I have a EVGA gtx 1080ti FTW3 with the correct water block from EKWB.
The graphics card has barely been used and has sat redundant in my pc for the last three months as ive switched back to console gaming. It is attached to my EVGA account and will come with the original box, however there is no receipt.
It has NEVER been overclocked and has only been used to run 1080p games.

The water block is unused as I have decided to not add it as the temps were fine. The water block hasn’t even been removed from its packaging only to check that it was complete. I believe i also have a backplate for it but will check to confirm this

Selling as i eventually intend to get a cheaper card as im not using the full potential.
As it is currently sat in the computer i will take some photographs once i get home this evening.
Collection is preferred as i can show you the card in action to alleviate any concerns.

Ideally im looking for £600 for the card, or £650 with the water block as a package.
The product links are here
EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 GAMING, 11G-P4-6696-KR, 11GB GDDR5X, iCX Technology – 9 Thermal Sensors & RGB LED G/P/M
EK-FC1080 GTX Ti FTW3 – Nickel – EK Webshop

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For Sale – EVGA GTX 1080ti FTW3 and EK Waterblock

For sale I have a EVGA gtx 1080ti FTW3 with the correct water block from EKWB.
The graphics card has barely been used and has sat redundant in my pc for the last three months as ive switched back to console gaming. It is attached to my EVGA account and will come with the original box, however there is no receipt.
It has NEVER been overclocked and has only been used to run 1080p games.

The water block is unused as I have decided to not add it as the temps were fine. The water block hasn’t even been removed from its packaging only to check that it was complete. I believe i also have a backplate for it but will check to confirm this

Selling as i eventually intend to get a cheaper card as im not using the full potential.
As it is currently sat in the computer i will take some photographs once i get home this evening.
Collection is preferred as i can show you the card in action to alleviate any concerns.

Ideally im looking for £600 for the card, or £650 with the water block as a package.
The product links are here
EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 GAMING, 11G-P4-6696-KR, 11GB GDDR5X, iCX Technology – 9 Thermal Sensors & RGB LED G/P/M
EK-FC1080 GTX Ti FTW3 – Nickel – EK Webshop

Price and currency: 650
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For Sale – EVGA GTX 1080ti FTW3 and EK Waterblock

For sale I have a EVGA gtx 1080ti FTW3 with the correct water block from EKWB.
The graphics card has barely been used and has sat redundant in my pc for the last three months as ive switched back to console gaming. It is attached to my EVGA account and will come with the original box, however there is no receipt.
It has NEVER been overclocked and has only been used to run 1080p games.

The water block is unused as I have decided to not add it as the temps were fine. The water block hasn’t even been removed from its packaging only to check that it was complete. I believe i also have a backplate for it but will check to confirm this

Selling as i eventually intend to get a cheaper card as im not using the full potential.
As it is currently sat in the computer i will take some photographs once i get home this evening.
Collection is preferred as i can show you the card in action to alleviate any concerns.

Ideally im looking for £600 for the card, or £650 with the water block as a package.
The product links are here
EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 GAMING, 11G-P4-6696-KR, 11GB GDDR5X, iCX Technology – 9 Thermal Sensors & RGB LED G/P/M
EK-FC1080 GTX Ti FTW3 – Nickel – EK Webshop

Price and currency: 650
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Payment method: Bank transfer, ppg
Location: Birmingham
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For Sale – EVGA GTX 1080ti FTW3 and EK Waterblock

For sale I have a EVGA gtx 1080ti FTW3 with the correct water block from EKWB.
The graphics card has barely been used and has sat redundant in my pc for the last three months as ive switched back to console gaming. It is attached to my EVGA account and will come with the original box, however there is no receipt.
It has NEVER been overclocked and has only been used to run 1080p games.

The water block is unused as I have decided to not add it as the temps were fine. The water block hasn’t even been removed from its packaging only to check that it was complete. I believe i also have a backplate for it but will check to confirm this

Selling as i eventually intend to get a cheaper card as im not using the full potential.
As it is currently sat in the computer i will take some photographs once i get home this evening.
Collection is preferred as i can show you the card in action to alleviate any concerns.

Ideally im looking for £600 for the card, or £650 with the water block as a package.
The product links are here
EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 GAMING, 11G-P4-6696-KR, 11GB GDDR5X, iCX Technology – 9 Thermal Sensors & RGB LED G/P/M
EK-FC1080 GTX Ti FTW3 – Nickel – EK Webshop

Price and currency: 650
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Location: Birmingham
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For Sale – EVGA GTX 1080ti FTW3 and EK Waterblock

For sale I have a EVGA gtx 1080ti FTW3 with the correct water block from EKWB.
The graphics card has barely been used and has sat redundant in my pc for the last three months as ive switched back to console gaming. It is attached to my EVGA account and will come with the original box, however there is no receipt.
It has NEVER been overclocked and has only been used to run 1080p games.

The water block is unused as I have decided to not add it as the temps were fine. The water block hasn’t even been removed from its packaging only to check that it was complete. I believe i also have a backplate for it but will check to confirm this

Selling as i eventually intend to get a cheaper card as im not using the full potential.
As it is currently sat in the computer i will take some photographs once i get home this evening.
Collection is preferred as i can show you the card in action to alleviate any concerns.

Ideally im looking for £600 for the card, or £650 with the water block as a package.
The product links are here
EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 GAMING, 11G-P4-6696-KR, 11GB GDDR5X, iCX Technology – 9 Thermal Sensors & RGB LED G/P/M
EK-FC1080 GTX Ti FTW3 – Nickel – EK Webshop

Price and currency: 650
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: Bank transfer, ppg
Location: Birmingham
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