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Tech off: Hybrid vs. all-flash array storage

Providing a cost-effective performance boost for variable workloads and general purpose apps with more cold data than hot data, hybrid flash arrays remain the most popular option for enterprises deploying solid-state storage. However, demand for all-flash array is rising but how is it different from, and is it better than hybrid flash arrays?

In this ebook, executive editor Andrew Burton shares everything you need to know about hybrid vs. all-flash storage arrays. Access now to learn key information on topics such as:

  • Modern day applications of hybrid vs. all-flash array
  • Analysis of price and performance
  • Steps to finding the right array for your storage needs
  • And more

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