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SlideShare: What’s Your Path to NVMe?

NVMe and NVMe over fabrics promises to change the flash and networking industry. NVMe enables storage systems to tap into the full potential of flash storage and NVMe allows those systems to deliver in-server latencies. NVMe will fundamentally change storage.

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Do All-Flash Arrays Have A Failure Domain Problem?

The capacity of all-flash arrays has been on the rise for several years. Many vendors are now claiming petabytes (PB) of capacity in just a few rack units. While these arrays promise to dramatically reduce the footprint of the data

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StorageShort: Why Does The Data Center Need NVMe Over Fabrics?

The NVMe protocol allows servers or storage systems to communicate to flash storage with more optimally. This PCIe-based architecture enables larger command sets and IO queue depths resulting in lower latency and greater performance. It is a wholesale replacement for

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Webinar: What’s Your Path to NVMe?

NVMe and NVMe over fabrics promises to change the flash and networking industry. NVMe enables storage systems to tap into the full potential of flash storage and NVMe allows those systems to deliver in-server latencies. NVMe will fundamentally change storage.

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ChalkTalk Video: What Keeps IT Up at Night?

While the industry talks about clouds (public, hybrid and private), what keeps IT up at night is dealing with storage refreshes, defeating ransomware, maintaining application availability and controlling costs. These problems have been with IT years, but they are worse

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The Always-On Data Fabric – ioFABRIC FMS Briefing Note

While most software defined storage (SDS) solutions offer a degree of data services consolidation within a single data center, they don’t extend that consolidation of services across locations and into the cloud. Each location is discrete and needs separate management.

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What is the Hybrid Cloud and How to Make it Work?

The cloud moniker is used to describe virtually everything in IT today. We call that cloud washing and “hybrid cloud” is suffering the same fate. A cloud is typically a scale-out cluster of commodity servers that deliver a service (compute,

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