Some have said there is nothing new under the sun, that it all comes around in circles. We think server virtualization has taken us to places we’ve never been before, but there is some truth to that old adage about having seen it all before.
- Premiered: 07/15/13
- Author: Mike Matchett
- Published: Virtualization Review
There’s no denying that some applications with a relentless need for IOPS will require all-flash arrays. But most of your workloads will do just fine with well-designed hybrids.
With 358 sessions, time is money. Here are five sessions where your time will be well spent.
The solid-state storage market is still a work in progress. A prudent approach will ensure that a flash deployment fits well with an overall storage strategy.
- Premiered: 06/10/13
- Author: Jeff Boles
- Published: Tech Target: Search Solid State Storage
NAND flash-based storage could be replaced by newer forms of non-volatile memory like MRAM technology. Find out why MRAM’s density, cost and form factor could make flash obsolete.
With the advent of big data and cloud-scale delivery, companies are racing to deploy cutting-edge services. “Extreme” applications like massive voice and image processing or complex financial analysis modeling that can push storage systems to their limits. Examples of some high visibility solutions include large-scale image pattern recognition applications and financial risk management based on high-speed decision-making.
These ground-breaking solutions, made up of very different activities but with similar data storage challenges, create incredible new lines of business representing significant revenue potential.