Webinar: All-Flash For Databases: 5 Reasons Why Current Systems Are Off Target

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Database applications like Oracle and MS-SQL make up most of the active data set. Making sure these applications respond almost instantly to user requests is a critical function for IT. The problem is meeting the instant response expectation is expensive, and for some organizations impossible with today’s technology. All-Flash helps but doesn’t quite deliver the fully optimized nirvana that IT wants.

In this on demand webinar join Storage Switzerland’s founder and lead analyst George Crump and Vexata’s VP of Products and Solutions Rick Walsworth as they explain how all-flash systems have fallen short and how IT can realize the full potential of flash-based storage without the compromises.

Learn 5 areas where all-flash arrays miss the database performance mark:

  1. Controller-based architectures, limit scale and performance
  2. Not enough bandwidth results in long data loads
  3. AFAs scale in bricks, wasting resources and adding complexity
  4. Doesn’t leverage application compute, adding more cost and more complexity
  5. NVMe shows only modest performance gains on current systems

and learn how to get your database performance on target!

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Twelve years ago George Crump founded Storage Switzerland with one simple goal; to educate IT professionals about all aspects of data center storage. He is the primary contributor to Storage Switzerland and is a heavily sought after public speaker. With over 25 years of experience designing storage solutions for data centers across the US, he has seen the birth of such technologies as RAID, NAS and SAN, Virtualization, Cloud and Enterprise Flash. Prior to founding Storage Switzerland he was CTO at one of the nation's largest storage integrators where he was in charge of technology testing, integration and product selection.

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