Replication-based SDS vs. traditional storage: Which tops affordability?
Software-defined vs. Traditional Storage and the Blurring of Private and Public Clouds
Imagine a world wherein self-service, virtualized storage runs in clusters on commodity hardware across private and public clouds, such as Amazon, Google and Microsoft Azure. With public cloud storage providers in the software-defined landscape, you might not have to.
In this expert guide, Carol Sliwa of SearchCloudStorage joins Avinash Lakshman, CEO and founder of Hedvig Inc, to demonstrate software-defined versus traditional storage performance, as well as the flexibility achieved by employing a self-service public cloud provider that uses replication- and erasure coding-based storage.
Read on to key into public cloud storage essentials, as well as learn if replication-based SDS is more affordable than traditional storage.