Automated storage tiering has become the must-have feature for all new storage arrays over the last two years.
Storage tiering is the movement of data to different types of disk according to performance and capacity requirements. Tiering allows the majority of your data to reside on slower, larger, cheaper disks -- normally SATA -- whilst your most active data resides on the more performant and expensive drives, such as Fibre Channel and flash SSD.
This presentation transcript discusses the ins and outs of automated storage tiering, and the 4 key ways it can boost your data center efficiency.
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