Scale-up vs. scale-out: Which flash architecture is right for you

Choosing Between Scale-Up and Scale-Out All-Flash Arrays

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As flash becomes more pervasive in the marketplace, enterprises are relying less on caching and tiering and finding a need for shared flash storage products based upon two basic architectures: scale-up and scale-out. It’s important to understand the key difference between these two architectures so you can confidently choose the one that best meets your storage needs.

This e-guide explores the differences between the two architectures to help you determine if your business needs will be best met by a scale-up, scale-out or combination architecture.

Vendor:
Curvature
Posted:
29 Aug 2016
Published:
25 Aug 2016
Format:
PDF
Length:
9 Page(s)
Type:
eGuide
Language:
English
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