The Future of Data Center Storage Is Today: Local and Shared Storage Benefits Finally Converge

The Future of Data Center Storage Is Today: Local and Shared Storage Benefits Finally Converge

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We’ve seen real change in how we store our data. More than 20 years ago, we started storing server data on spinning-disk HDDs inside individual application servers. Then came advanced data services like RAID. But what about the introduction of NVMe, a new interface optimized for flash? The technology is still new, so now’s your time to read up.

In this paper, find out how the advent of low-latency SSDs and the means to share them via NVMe over Fabric (NVMeF) has created a new standard for data center environments.

Read on to determine exactly why NVMe storage is the next data center disruptor, best practices for storage- and compute-centric deployments, how to support greater queue depths for higher IOPS performance, and more. 

Vendor:
Micron
Posted:
13 Jul 2017
Published:
13 Jul 2017
Format:
PDF
Length:
14 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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