Why next-gen apps are driving the transition to all-flash arrays

How Violin Systems Drives Compelling Value for Enterprises

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Unfortunately, the SCSI protocol can no longer provide the high performance and low latency that next-generation applications (NGAs) leveraging mobile, social media, and analytics demand—one of the many reasons NGAs are driving the transition to all-flash arrays.

As the market continues to flux, mentality and methodologies do so in parallel which tends to blur the clear path ahead.

Thankfully, IDC profiles the evolving all-flash market in this analyst report, with particular attention given to AFA vendor Violin Systems and their role in servicing the needs of performance-sensitive workloads as the industry transitions from SCSI to NVMe technology.

To stay on top of the latest developments, view the report here. 

Vendor:
Violin Systems
Posted:
12 Apr 2019
Published:
12 Apr 2019
Format:
PDF
Length:
11 Page(s)
Type:
Analyst Report
Language:
English
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