sponsored by Coho Data
Posted:  21 Feb 2014
Published:  13 Dec 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  6  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Before scale-out storage became popular, enterprises often purchased storage arrays much larger than needed to ensure space for future expansion. Indeed, this is a costly and inefficient practice, which scale-out storage changed for the better. But another component to scale-out architectures may once again be changing the game.

Dive into this white paper that addresses how one vendor implemented software-defined networking (SDN) into its scale-out clustered architecture. Due to this addition, storage has resulted in very predictable scaling of performance with capacity, as well as achieving a competitive price point.

Read on to learn about an attractive storage solution for cash-strapped IT pros.






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