SSD Deployment Guide: Factors You Must Consider When Deploying SSD
sponsored by VeloBit

Despite a low capacity, solid-state disk (SSD) storage enables high IOPS (input/output per second) performance that can break up and prevent those annoying storage I/O bottlenecks that have been driving you nuts since your data hit double-digit growth. It can even improve performance and cut your power costs.

Unfortunately, there is a ridiculous amount of SSD implementation options - and choosing poorly could result in disastrously expensive disruptions and new administrative nuisances. This complimentary online book can help you sort out your options and find the most appropriate path of action for your organization. Check it out now to explore:

  • How to select the best SSD deployment method for your shop
  • Server-side vs. SSD-in-an-Array
  • SSD tiering vs. caching
  • And more
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