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Published By: HPE     Published Date: Jan 04, 2016
The HP 3PAR StoreServ 7450 All-flash Storage can improve IOPS and latency results dramatically, increase the overall performance of a high workload environment, and lower administrative management work. The costs and benefits for a composite organization for 20 TB of 3PAR All-flash storage, based on customer interviews, are: ? Investment costs: $130,722. ? Benefits: $1,213,601. ? Average cost/GB usable (street price) for all-flash storage (included 4:1 compaction and 25% overhead): $2.20
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Published By: HPE Intel     Published Date: Jan 11, 2016
Want to know where flash storage technology is heading? Watch Part V of our "Mainstreaming of Flash" video series to hear what's next with this exciting technology! HPE 3PAR StoreServ was built to meet the extreme requirements of massively consolidated cloud service providers. Its remarkable speed—3M+ IOPS—and proven system architecture has been extended to transform mainstream midrange and enterprise deployments, with solutions from a few TBs up to 15PB scale.
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Published By: HPE Intel     Published Date: Jan 11, 2016
Interested in flash, but not sure how it will work with your existing workloads like VDI? Watch Part III of our "Mainstreaming of Flash" video series to learn more! HPE 3PAR StoreServ was built to meet the extreme requirements of massively consolidated cloud service providers. Its remarkable speed—3M+ IOPS—and proven system architecture has been extended to transform mainstream midrange and enterprise deployments, with solutions from a few TBs up to 15PB scale.
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Published By: Hewlett Packard Enterprise     Published Date: Nov 06, 2017
Imagine the benefits that a VDI environment could realize during a boot storm. All the VMs are based on the same template, and therefore they all have the same set of files during initial boot. Normally, 100 VMs all booting at the same time would require a significant number of HDDs, but with this hyperconverged infrastructure platform, the first VM to boot reads the block off the HDD, which promotes that block into cache. Now the next 99 VMs can all access that same block from cache. That’s a 100:1 IOPS reduction on the IOPS-bound disks.
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hardware, policy, scaling challenges, technical, employees, business, hyperconverged
    
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Published By: Dell EMC     Published Date: Feb 23, 2017
More and more, critical workloads require flash arrays for reliability and performance at scale. See how Dell EMC’s VMAX All Flash array, powered by Intel® Xeon® processors, delivers low latency, unparalleled availability, massive bandwidth and super-fast IOPS to help you meet mission-critical needs.
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Published By: Dell EMC     Published Date: Feb 23, 2017
How do solid-state drives really match up to hard disk drives? This Infographic illustrates a side-by-side comparison that quantifies how the differences extend beyond cost per GB. See how SSD and HDDs stack up against each other with facts on reliability, capacity, latency, transfer rates, IOPS, and power consumption.
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Published By: NetApp     Published Date: Dec 05, 2016
Ultimate Software is a leading cloud provider of comprehensive human capital management (HCM) solutions in a Software as a Service (SaaS) model to more than 2,800 customers with employees in 150 countries. “Storage has always been Ultimate’s biggest technology challenge" according to Senior Director of Cloud Operations, Steven May. The company’s storage goals revolve around managing growth while combining the economics of leveraging shared resources on demand with the performance and predictability of dedicated infrastructure. Seeking high IOPS performance, fault tolerance, and scalability, along with a high availability solution that supports both VMware and OpenStack, Ultimate's search led them to SolidFire.
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Published By: Pure Storage     Published Date: Nov 02, 2017
The verification workload comprises hundreds of millions of small files, very high metadata, and extremely high performance read, write, and delete requirements. The Pure Storage FlashBlade product’s innovative design provides high IOPS and throughput, and low latency and fast deletes – yielding an average 25% faster wall clock completion time.
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effortless, efficient, smart storage, workloads, performance, flash blade, connectivity
    
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Published By: NetApp     Published Date: Dec 09, 2014
NetApp Flash Pool is a storage cache option within the NetApp Virtual Storage Tier product family, available for NetApp FAS storage systems. A Flash Pool configures solid state drives (SSDs) and hard disk drives (HDDs) into a single storage pool, known as an “aggregate” in NetApp parlance, with the SSDs providing a fast response time cache for volumes that are provisioned on the Flash Pool aggregate.
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netapp, hybrid, flash pool, ssd, hdd, iops, oltp, demartek, it management
    
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Published By: NetApp     Published Date: Feb 19, 2015
The NetApp EF550 all-flash array provides a robust platform for delivering exceptional performance to mission-critical applications. The EF550 flash array leverages the latest in solid-state disk technologies along with a strong heritage of handling diverse workloads and providing superior business value through the acceleration of latency-sensitive and high-I/O applications. This technical report provides an overview of workload characterizations performed on NetApp EF-series all-flash arrays across a wide variety of I/O types - with best practices and observations based on extensive test data. Characterizations include IOPS, throughput, and latency under varying block loads and RAID levels, SSD rebuild times, EF540 and EF550 performance comparison, and usable capacity sizing guidelines for various protection levels. If you are considering deploying an EF-series flash storage array in your environment, this is an essential technical resource to insure proper configuration and maxim
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Published By: NetApp     Published Date: Feb 19, 2015
NetApp Flash Pool is a storage cache option within the NetApp Virtual Storage Tier product family, available for NetApp FAS storage systems. A Flash Pool configures solid state drives (SSDs) and hard disk drives (HDDs) into a single storage pool, known as an “aggregate” in NetApp parlance, with the SSDs providing a fast response time cache for volumes that are provisioned on the Flash Pool aggregate. In this lab evaluation, NetApp commissioned Demartek to evaluate the effectiveness of Flash Pool with different types and numbers of hard disk drives using an online transaction processing (OLTP) database workload, and to evaluate the performance of Flash Pool in a clustered Data ONTAP environment during a cluster storage node failover scenario. In the report, you’ll dis cover how Demartek test engineers documented a 283% gain in IOPS and a reduction in latency by a factor of 66x after incorporating NetApp Flash Pool technology.
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Published By: NetApp     Published Date: Sep 22, 2014
The NetApp EF series of all-flash arrays are designed specifically for database-driven environments demanding maximum performance, reliability, and availability. This ESG Lab Report documents the real world performance, reliability, availability, and serviceability of NetApp EF-Series flash arrays in Oracle database environments. A combination of hands on testing by ESG Lab and audited in-house performance testing executed by NetApp were used to create this report. In this report, you’ll learn how ESG validated NetApp’s EF-550 flash array performance of over 400,000 IOPS with sub-millisecond latency, while maintaining 6 nine’s availability.
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flash arrays, performance-driven databases, enterprise storage, database environment, serviceability, real world performance
    
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Published By: NetApp     Published Date: Sep 22, 2014
NetApp Flash Pool is a storage cache option within the NetApp Virtual Storage Tier product family, available for NetApp FAS storage systems. A Flash Pool configures solid state drives (SSDs) and hard disk drives (HDDs) into a single storage pool, known as an “aggregate” in NetApp parlance, with the SSDs providing a fast response time cache for volumes that are provisioned on the Flash Pool aggregate. In this lab evaluation, NetApp commissioned Demartek to evaluate the effectiveness of Flash Pool with different types and numbers of hard disk drives using an online transaction processing (OLTP) database workload, and to evaluate the performance of Flash Pool in a clustered Data ONTAP environment during a cluster storage node failover scenario. In the report, you’ll dis cover how Demartek test engineers documented a 283% gain in IOPS and a reduction in latency by a factor of 66x after incorporating NetApp Flash Pool technology.
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flash pool, fas storage systems, ssd, online transaction processing, cluster storage
    
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Published By: BlueArc Corporation     Published Date: Apr 24, 2008
BlueArc’s Titan Architecture creates a revolutionary step in file servers by creating a hardware-based file system that can scale throughput, IOPS and capacity well beyond conventional software-based file servers. With its ability to virtualize a massive storage pool of up to 4 petabytes of usable, tiered storage, Titan can scale with growing data requirements and provide a competitive advantage for business processes by consolidating applications while ensuring optimal performance.
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bluearc, storage, titan, network architecture, storage management
    
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Published By: Xangati     Published Date: Sep 14, 2015
Efficiency is not about maxing out utilization, nor is it about achieving the highest possible MIPS, IOPS or any other standard metric. Technically, efficiency is about the ratio of useful work performed to the energy expended in doing that work. You want the greatest amount of output from your IT infrastructure for the lowest possible cost. It’s a bit like long-distance driving and working to achieve the highest possible miles per gallon through constant observation of time, speed and gas consumption in the face of varying traffic and weather conditions. Flooring the gas pedal is not always the best option. What can you do to optimize your converged infrastructure efficiency? While there are no 10-second, quick-fix answers, here are five strategies you can start implementing right now to bring your organization much closer to optimal efficiency and long-term cost savings.
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infrastructure efficiency, optimal efficiency, long-term cost savings, utilization
    
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Published By: NexGen     Published Date: Feb 09, 2015
Desktop management at any scale is a tedious job. Imaging, reimaging, and troubleshooting desktop systems consume valuable IT resources, and keep employees from being productive. Securing the information generated on desktops, tablets, and smartphones is no simple job either. Many organizations are deploying virtual desktop infrastructures (VDI) for these reasons. But for deployment to be successful, computing and storage infrastructures must deliver high-quality, predictable, and productive user experiences. Often, the best way to accomplish this is through flash-based storage solutions due to its low latency/high IOPS nature. Unfortunately many IT professionals aren't sure what type of flash array is best for their needs or how to ensure that all elements of their VDI work seamlessly. Download now and learn how to validate a provide VDI configuration across NexGen N5 Hybrid Flash Array, VMWare Horizon View, Cisco Unified Computing System™(UCS), and Cisco Nexus Switches.
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nexgen, hybrid, flash, qos, quality of service, it management
    
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Published By: Box     Published Date: Jan 16, 2015
Desktop management at any scale is a tedious job. Imaging, reimaging, and troubleshooting desktop systems consume valuable IT resources, and keep employees from being productive. Securing the information generated on desktops, tablets, and smartphones is no simple job either. Many organizations are deploying virtual desktop infrastructures (VDI) for these reasons. But for deployment to be successful, computing and storage infrastructures must deliver high-quality, predictable, and productive user experiences. Often, the best way to accomplish this is through flash-based storage solutions due to its low latency/high IOPS nature. Unfortunately many IT professionals aren't sure what type of flash array is best for their needs or how to ensure that all elements of their VDI work seamlessly. Download now and learn how to validate a provide VDI configuration across NexGen N5 Hybrid Flash Array, VMWare Horizon View, Cisco Unified Computing System™(UCS), and Cisco Nexus Switches.
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nexgen, hybrid, flash, qos, quality of service, it management
    
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Published By: Simplivity     Published Date: May 18, 2015
SimpliVity’s Data Virtualization Platform (DVP) is the market-leading hyperconverged infrastructure that delivers triple digit data efficiency rates. The DVP was designed from the ground up to simplify IT by solving the data problem and dramatically improving overall data efficiency.
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simplivity, data virtualization platform, hyperconverged, efficiency, iops, capacity, performance, data management, storage virtualization, data deduplication, data center
    
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Published By: Dell     Published Date: Aug 16, 2013
"IOPS (I/O operations per second) is an easily understood and communicated unit of measurement, which is why it’s so widely used. Unfortunately, it’s also easy to oversimplify. IOPS describes only the number of times an application, OS or VM is reading or writing to storage each second. More IOPS means more disk I/O, and if all IOPS are created equal, we should be able to measure disk activity with it alone. But they aren’t. Read the White Paper "
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iops, i/o, disk activity, server hardware, backup and recovery, blade servers, ip storage, storage virtualization, virtualization
    
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Published By: Dell Software     Published Date: Aug 15, 2013
IOPS describes the number of times an application, OS or VM is reading/writing to storage each second. More IOPS means more disk I/O, but all IOPS are not created equal. Read the White Paper >>
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dell, operations, iops, application, storage, disk, technology, security, it management
    
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Published By: NetApp     Published Date: Dec 08, 2014
NetApp Flash Pool is a storage cache option within the NetApp Virtual Storage Tier product family, available for NetApp FAS storage systems. A Flash Pool configures solid state drives (SSDs) and hard disk drives (HDDs) into a single storage pool, known as an “aggregate” in NetApp parlance, with the SSDs providing a fast response time cache for volumes that are provisioned on the Flash Pool aggregate.
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netapp, hybrid, flash pool, ssd, hdd, iops, oltp, demartek, it management
    
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Published By: HPE Intel     Published Date: Jan 07, 2016
The HP 3PAR StoreServ 7450 All-flash Storage can improve IOPS and latency results dramatically, increase the overall performance of a high workload environment, and lower administrative management work. The costs and benefits for a composite organization for 20 TB of 3PAR All-flash storage, based on customer interviews, are: ? Investment costs: $130,722. ? Benefits: $1,213,601. ? Average cost/GB usable (street price) for all-flash storage (included 4:1 compaction and 25% overhead): $2.20
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