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Navigating the Performance Marketing Hype for True Flash Value

For years, the storage industry has hailed the advent of the all-flash data center. With growing pressure from lines of business to obtain more sophisticated and real-time analytics for competitive advantage, with declining price points and increasing density of solid-state

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SlideShare: Five Things to Look for in Your Next All-Flash Array

The first generation of all-flash arrays has come and gone. For many organizations, the time is now to consider the “next” all-flash array. In our on demand webinar, Storage Switzerland and X-IO Storage discuss five things to look for in

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Webinar: Five Things to Look for in Your Next All-Flash Array

The first generation of all-flash arrays has come and gone. For many organizations, the time is now to consider the “next” all-flash array. In our on demand webinar, Storage Switzerland and X-IO Storage discuss five things to look for in

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Understanding All-Flash Costs – X-IO Briefing Note

All-flash arrays are quickly becoming the production storage system of choice. Organizations like that all-flash arrays eliminate the need to constantly fine tune the environment to wring out that last little bit of performance. The problem is that flash arrays

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SlideShare: Software Defined Storage – Three Questions To Answer Before You Leap

Leaping to SDS? Make Sure You Can Answer These Questions: Is Software Defined Storage Right For You? What are the Hardware Requirements For Software Defined Storage? How do you Transition To Software Defined Storage? Join George Crump, Lead Analyst at

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The Hardware Requirements for Software Defined Storage

The two key benefits of Software Defined Storage (SDS) are increased flexibility and improved storage economics. Ironically, for organizations that standardize on a SDS solution, their flexibility and cost savings are restricted by storage hardware, which of course is still

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ChalkTalk Video: Navigating the All-Flash and SDS Feature Wars

IT professionals have more choices than ever to sort through as they try to make a storage decision. From a hardware perspective should they continue to use hard disks or should they start to move toward an all-flash data center?

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ChalkTalk Video: Leaping to the Next Generation of Storage – SDS or Full Featured Arrays

As IT professionals begin to refresh or upgrade their storage infrastructure, they are faced with a new set of choices during that process. Do they stick with full featured arrays or do they begin investing in software-defined storage? Join Storage

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Webinar: Software Defined Storage – Three Questions To Answer Before You Leap

Leaping to SDS? Make Sure You Can Answer These Questions: Is Software Defined Storage Right For You? What are the Hardware Requirements For Software Defined Storage? How do you Transition To Software Defined Storage? Join George Crump, Lead Analyst at

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How to decide if Software Defined Storage is Right for you

Software Defined Storage (SDS) can bring value to almost every data center that has multiple storage systems to manage and that are rapidly expanding. Once those value points are understood and verified, deciding which of the available SDS implementation types is right for your data center is the next step. In this article we provide guidance on how to determine if SDS is right for you, what type of SDS is right for you and when you should make your SDS move.

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