About Me

My name is Richard Anderson and until January 2017 I was a Senior Systems Engineer at EMC Corporation working with customers in the Pacific Northwest to solve problems related to information management, including storage, backup, disaster recovery, and more.

This is my personal blog about storage technology in general.  I am not compensated for blogging in any way.

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4 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Alok Jain


    Good information and a great comparison chart. I have been working on something similar but never finished it. I also provide performance analysis based services for various platforms. We use a tool called perfonics(TM) that we have developed to automate a lot of grunt work involved with analyzing big data. Good to come across your site.


  2. Jeffrey Wall

    Hey Richard,
    I used to work at Corbis with Hub and Melissa – over at Washington Dental Service (WDS) now and have a question about using an RM CDP copy as a clone source for RM jobs to feed a downstream BI / Corporate Reporting environment if you are game.
    ~ Jeffrey

  3. Marco

    Hey Richard,

    We have wiring problems with our Generator on the boat after the wiring box burned. I found your description on your site (http://www.andersonsabroad.com/blog/2014/08/08/solving-genset-electrical-issues/)
    In order to fix the problems I’m asking for the two photos of the box (in original quality) and the wiring diagram in original quality.
    Do you still have the phone number of Paul Leask (if we get in trouble)?!

    Thank you very much and have a good weekend


    1. Storagesavvy Post author

      Oops, sorry I didn’t see this comment.. Why don’t you email me about this and I can help you get photos of whatever you need assuming I have the same generator..

      richard at richardanderson.net


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