Flash Storage

Flash Storage

eBook: If You Can’t Consolidate Storage Manage It - According to several surveys, most data centers have at least six storage systems, and multiple vendors are supplying those systems. If consolidating storage systems is on your IT whiteboard this year, then our new eBook, “Overcoming the Problems with Storage
What Ever Happened to the Software Defined Data Center? - About a decade ago, VMware introduced the vision of a software-defined data center (SDDC). Unlike data centers of yesteryear, a software-defined data center was supposed to leverage intelligent software and commodity hardware to create a flexible data center that could
Designing an All-Flash Data Management Strategy - Thanks to decreasing flash media pricing and data efficiency technologies like deduplication, all-flash arrays are now commonplace in many data centers. In most cases though, the purchases of first generation all-flash arrays were to solve a specific performance problem. Now
Performance vs. Security vs. Management – How to Solve the Primary Storage Paradox - Applications and users demand unprecedented levels of performance, cyber-threats like ransomware require new levels of security and access control, and organizations are intolerant of any form of downtime or data loss. At the same time, they need to manage data
Enterprises, You Want Object Storage But Not For Objects - The industry has been espousing the merits of object storage for years now and cloud providers have been quick to adopt the technology. The enterprise, on the other hand, is more cautious, partly because the object storage alternative, Network Attached
NVMe Details & Capabilities - The next step in all-flash performance is NVMe. Systems equipped with NVMe support promise to increase performance and lower latency. But, IT professionals want to know if their data centers can take advantage of NVMe and how they should plan
Machine Learning, AI and IoT have a File System Problem - Unstructured data applications are increasingly IO hungry. It’s a problem that impacts not only the High-Performance Computing (HPC) market, but also the traditional enterprise as they start initiatives like Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT). In
Putting the Wheels Back on Your Data Center Modernization Project - Most Global 2000 IT Infrastructure and Operations Managers feel like the wheels have come off their data center modernization project. The goal was to create an environment that can respond to the needs of thousands of applications simultaneously and automatically.
Never Obsolete Without the Green - Recently, storage vendors started to promote a concept of evergreen storage. Essentially, the vendor will swap out the customer’s storage hardware with the latest, more capable hardware at some point in the maintenance contract. The problem is this swap-out is
How to Manage Data Without Putting it in Jail - Data growth requires a response. For some organizations, that response is upgrading to a more scalable higher performing NAS or an on-premises object storage. For others it is moving some data sets to public cloud storage. Historically, these migrations are

5 comments on “Flash Storage
  1. […] online, check out Storage Switzerland and see what George and his colleagues have to say about flash storage. In the meantime, here are a few more quotes from George’s “Why Low Latency Matters” article […]

  2. […] online, check out Storage Switzerland and see what George and his colleagues have to say about flash storage. In the meantime, here are a few more quotes from George’s “Why Low Latency Matters” article […]

  3. […] online, check out Storage Switzerland and see what George and his colleagues have to say about flash storage. In the meantime, here are a few more quotes from George’s “Why Low Latency Matters” article […]

  4. […] online, check out Storage Switzerland and see what George and his colleagues have to say about flash storage. In the meantime, here are a few more quotes from George’s “Why Low Latency Matters” article […]

  5. […] online, check out Storage Switzerland and see what George and his colleagues have to say about flash storage. In the meantime, here are a few more quotes from George’s “Why Low Latency Matters” article […]

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