Getting from Caching 1.0 to 2.0 with QLogic’s FabricCache QLE10000

Getting from Caching 1.0 to 2.0 with QLogic’s FabricCache QLE10000


Using PCIe-based flash cards to accelerate server operations has become a regular practice within data centers of all sizes.  By keeping hot data on these flash card inside the server, and going to shared storage for everything else has become a standard practice. This server-based caching version 1.0.  It is advantageous  to place caching inside the server, closest to the application, but there are inherent limitations to this approach.  A broader set of capabilities are required to accelerate enterprise, clustered applications, all while keeping it simple to install and manage.  Enter caching 2.0. 

This paper examines today’s server-based 1.0 caching approaches, and describes how the QLogic FabricCache 10000 Series Adapter capabilities go well beyond caching 1.0 to define enterprise caching 2.0, to enable application acceleration in single-server and multi-server, clustered environments.

QLogic Corporation
24 May 2013
31 Mar 2013
3 Page(s)
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