The Importance of Variable Block Sizes in an All-Flash Array
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Today, flash providers are reporting varied block sizes for I/O in order to demonstrate optimal performance. Unfortunately, the reported block sizes rarely exist in the real world. With real-time analytics producing enormous I/O requests, supporting these varied workloads is critical.

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