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Which All-flash Architecture do you prefer?

The title of this entry, “Which All-flash Architecture Do You Prefer?”, was actually a question asked on the LinkedIn group, “Storage: SAN, NAS“, a couple of days ago. 681 more words


Understanding All-Flash Architectures - Assessing the right fit for your Data Center and Workloads

Today in the all-flash array market there are two architectures for data centers to choose from; scale out and scale up. Both have their unique strengths and weaknesses. 1,521 more words


IOPS ve Latency Bölüm 3

Command queue depth: Önemli kavramlardan biri de budur. Bu kavramı açıklamadan önce, komut sıralama kavramını anlamak gerekir. Komut sıralama, disk sisteminin kendisine gönderilen komutları, komutların geliş sırasıyla değil de okunacak veya yazılacak olan blokların, okuma yazma kafasına ve pozisyona uygun olarak tekrar sıralanmasını ifade eder. 356 more words


Instant Deduplication and Compression for Tier-1 Storage

Tier-1 vendors are falling behind startups in offering a complete data efficiency solution. As we discussed the reasons why they are so far behind in our recent article, “ 1,009 more words


EMC XtremIO – Performance Testing

Post by Rene van den Bedem (thank you)

Today I completed the initial performance testing of my EMC XtremIO PoC system.  I wanted to take a shot at it myself before the EMC SMEs come in to tune and optimise the configuration.   38 more words


Does Flash make everything in VMware Better?

Bacon makes everything taste better – at least for a lot of folks. At VMworld we met up with Micron, the flash manufacturers who are calling themselves “VMware’s bacon”. 540 more words