Solid-state disks (SSDs) offer significant benefits if they fit your workloads. However, if your workloads do not require high performance or are not tier-able, an investment in SSD’s may not be cost-efficient. While your system may perform well, it could be over-provisioned and under-utilized for what the applications can leverage.
Read this article to learn if SSD storage and automated tiering are right for you.
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