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A Tiered Storage Model is Different from Caching
Storage tiering has become more significant in recent years due to the emergence of solid-state drives (SSDs) in enterprise storage, however it has also become confused with caching.
In this expert e-guide, examine the differences of a tiered storage model and flash caching, including the benefits that tiering brings to hybrid arrays that combine flash and spinning. Additionally, learn how various solid-state systems handle storage tiering.
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