Running VDI, Virtual Machines on SSD: Matching Form Factor to Application

Running VDI, Virtual Machines on SSD: Matching Form Factor to Application

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Using solid-state storage in virtual environments can provide a performance boost, but IT pros face a variety of decisions when considering solid-state storage, including whether to use PCIe cards in servers, solid-state drives (SSDs) in storage arrays and all-flash arrays.  

This e-guide features an interview with George Crump, lead analyst and founder of Storage Switzerland, an analyst firm that focuses on storage, virtualization and cloud technology, which offers up tips and advice on running virtual desktops and virtual machines on solid-state storage. Read on to learn more.

Vendor:
Symantec Corporation
Posted:
14 Mar 2014
Published:
14 Mar 2014
Format:
PDF
Length:
9 Page(s)
Type:
eGuide
Language:
English
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