sponsored by Pure Storage
Posted:  13 Dec 2013
Published:  13 Dec 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  1  Page(s)
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

VDI that relies on traditional disk-based storage may work fine when supporting a few users.

However, when adding additional VDI users, many find that the heavy demands placed on legacy storage systems may cause big problems with VDI performance.

This whitepaper examines how the San Jose Sharks’ operating company, Sharks Sports & Entertainment, addressed this exact storage-related issue. Read on to find out how they upgraded their storage systems for minimized latency and even 12:1 data deduplication rates.






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