Benefits and Drawbacks of SSD, Caching, and PCIE Based SSD

Benefits and Drawbacks of SSD, Caching, and PCIE Based SSD

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Today, more and more companies are installing solid-state storage and caching in their IT infrastructures. Additionally, storage admins seeking out SSD solutions are also considering PCIe-based deployments.

But is using solid state in too many areas of the infrastructure causing diminished returns on performance?

Take a look at this expert e-guide that examines this question as well as:

  • SSD and caching: Problems where once there were none
  • Other performance-impeding considerations
  • PCIe-based SSD implementation benefits and drawbacks
  • And more
Vendor:
Coho Data
Posted:
07 Mar 2014
Published
07 Mar 2014
Format:
PDF
Length:
10 Page(s)
Type:
eGuide
Language:
English
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