sponsored by QLogic Corporation
Posted:  07 Mar 2013
Published:  07 Mar 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  8  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

There is a plethora of solid state disk storage products on the market today, from server-side PCIe SSDs to all-flash arrays to SSD caching appliances.

But there are pros and cons of each different type, and each offers unique benefits and drawbacks. Before you deploy solid-state storage, you need to make sure you do your homework and choose the type that best serves your organization.

This expert E-Guide explores key considerations for integrating solid state storage into a server, and answers frequently asked questions about solid state, including:

  • What are the advantages of putting an SSS device directly into a single server rather than sharing it?
  • When you use a solid-state storage device in a server, is it better to use SLC or MLC?
  • Given the high price of flash, how can vendors offer all-SSD arrays at an affordable price?
  • How big of a difference is there between hybrid SSD arrays and all-SSD arrays?
  • And more





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