New eBook: Hyperscale Performance, Is NVMe Enough?

Hyperscale architectures that support Elastic, Hadoop, and Kafka, often vary wildly between organizations and even within each organization. Each workload often needs its own cluster and IT teams are constantly trying new technology within those clusters, trying to improve performance. The combination of workload specific clusters and an endless pursuit of high-performance often creates very inefficient architectures were workload utilization of data center resources is sporadic.

Composable storage infrastructures seem to be the answer but many of the initial entries into the composable market put significant restraints on how flexible the composable architecture actually is. In our latest eBook, we ask the question, “Is NVMe-oF the Fix for the Hyperscale Problem?”, and examine how composable architectures can work with NVMe-oF to create a truly flexible architecture that is able to meet all of the hyperscaler’s demands while maximizing resources.

To access the eBook, register for our on webinar “15 Minute Introduction to Composing Infrastructure for Elastic, Hadoop, and Kafka”. The eBook is available for download in the attachments section as soon as the webinar start playing.

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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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