Using SSD Appliances To Complement Existing HDD Storage
sponsored by Astute Networks, Inc

Consolidating storage into an enterprise disk array system and sharing it over a storage network has become an efficient way to accommodate data growth on multiple server hosts, and largely a requirement for exploiting all of the capabilities of a virtualized environment. However, an area that traditional disk arrays haven’t been able to keep up with demand is performance.

The data center typically has several options when trying to increase storage performance – one including solid state disk (SSD) solutions – but that has its own challenges as well.

Finding the most cost-effective and non-disruptive way to add solid state of flash technology to an existing infrastructure can be complex and cumbersome, but it doesn’t always have to be. Access this white paper to learn how you can seamlessly and cost-effectively implement SSD technology to leverage on existing legacy hard disk drive (HDD) storage.

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