sponsored by Pure Storage
Posted:  18 Dec 2013
Published:  18 Dec 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  1  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

The unpredictable I/O stream caused by virtualization is often too much for mechanical disk-based storage arrays to handle. Attempting to force users to VDI using this type of disk array could result in the failure of your virtualization initiative.

This whitepaper explains how the city of Davenport, Iowa, was able to make their VDI deployment a success by switching from their legacy disk-based array to a new storage system. Read on and discover how this new system helped them:

  • Reduce write latency from 20ms to 1ms
  • Reduce linked clones replication from 45 to 2 minutes
  • Enable the opportunity for an expansion of their VDI deployment
  • And more





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