I've always been amazed at the different ways you can slice the storage market: by access method (DAS, SAN, NAS, CAS, etc.), by architecture (single controller, dual controller, multi-controller, RAIN, scale-out, clusters, etc.), even by consumption model (e.g. traditional vs. storage-as-a-service).
To this growing list of taxonomies, I think we're going to have to add another: pre-integrated storage vs. do-it-yourself.
And, strangely, I think that there will be certain places where this is going to be popular. But most organizations will probably never consider it seriously.
Here's why ...