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Storage Testing as Part of Your Storage Refresh Process – Rent or Buy?

An organization tends to review its storage testing capabilities as it starts its next round of storage refresh. Typically they will either do the hard work of assembling a lab that provides a small representation of their production environment, leverage

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The Problems with Storage Performance Benchmarks

There are a number of storage performance benchmarks that provide a standardized way to compare storage systems from various vendors. The problem is there are few, if any, data centers that have a workload that is exactly like those benchmarks.

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SlideShare: 5 Steps To The Perfect Storage Refresh

An Independent Process for Assessing & Refreshing Storage Every data center eventually needs to increase capacity, resiliency, performance or the cost efficiency of its storage architecture. It needs to refresh storage infrastructure. The problem is that most organizations don’t have

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The Storage Refresh Needs to Become a Process

Times have changed. Data centers must refresh storage more frequently than ever. The organization wants faster application response to more sophisticated queries across more users. Or it wants to start a totally new endeavor, like better decision making driven by

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Webinar: 5 Steps To The Perfect Storage Refresh

An Independent Process for Assessing & Refreshing Storage Every data center eventually needs to increase capacity, resiliency, performance or the cost efficiency of its storage architecture. It needs to refresh storage infrastructure. The problem is that most organizations don’t have

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What to expect from your VMware Storage

VMware changed the data center so much that it is hard to imagine a world without virtualization. One challenge for VMware customers (still) – as well as customers of other hypervisors – is storage technology hasn’t always kept pace with

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SlideShare: Flash Myth: Flash is for Everything vs. Flash is for One Thing

Different workloads demand different attributes from their storage. These differences lead some to believe flash storage is only good for certain point use cases like accelerating databases. But the performance of flash systems lead others to claim a single flash

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Flash Memory Summit Video – The Data Center is All Flash But One Flash Doesn’t Fit All

Thanks to decreasing costs and increasing reliability the all-flash data center is becoming a reality. But as IT professionals understand the benefits of moving more and more workloads to flash they are also realizing that different workloads need different types

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Webinar: Flash Myth: Flash is for Everything vs. Flash is for One Thing

Different workloads demand different attributes from their storage. These differences lead some to believe flash storage is only good for certain point use cases like accelerating databases. But the performance of flash systems lead others to claim a single flash

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Healthcare Provider leverages All-Flash to Power VDI and Improve Patient Care

VDI projects are some of the most challenging and demanding infrastructure projects today; especially on the storage system. Meeting VDI storage performance demands are particularly critical for healthcare organizations because if a doctor or nurse is waiting on IT infrastructure to do their job that also means that a patient is waiting, one that might need critical care. In this case study we speak with a large healthcare provider that is leveraging All-Flash to meet the demands of VDI in Healthcare.

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