File Caching Reports

Get the most bang for your buck out of flash
sponsored by SearchStorage.com
EGUIDE: This e-guide examines how many of your peers are actually using flash and discusses the most common usage scenarios and implementation methods. Learn why you shouldn't focus solely on performance numbers when evaluating vendor offerings and get advice on how you can make the most of your flash investment.
Posted: 09 Jul 2013 | Published: 09 Jul 2013

SearchStorage.com

Flash Storage Caching Boosts Application Performance—but Requires Balance
sponsored by Pure Storage
EGUIDE: Use this guide as a comprehensive resource for evaluating flash caching benefits, trade-offs, 3 main implementation models, and determine where to cache in order to leverage faster media and improve I/O performance.
Posted: 20 Apr 2017 | Published: 17 Apr 2017

Pure Storage

Where to Start: Flash SSD
sponsored by NetApp
EGUIDE: Check out this SearchStorage.com E-Guide to learn about the pros and cons of 3 modes of server-based flash caching and where flash SSD storage should be deployed in your data center. Read for insight into the best vendors and products in the flash market.
Posted: 28 Jun 2012 | Published: 28 Jun 2012

NetApp

Using Oracle In-Memory Database Cache to Accelerate the Oracle Database
sponsored by Oracle Corporation
WHITE PAPER: Read this white paper to learn how Oracle In-Memory Database Cache significantly reduces response time, while improving overall application throughput, by bringing data closer to the application, and by processing queries in an in-memory database.
Posted: 01 Oct 2010 | Published: 25 Jul 2009

Oracle Corporation

A Technical Review of Caching Technologies
sponsored by BlueCoat
WHITE PAPER: The goal of this white paper is to discuss the role of caching, describe in detail how object caching and byte caching works, and show how these caching technologies work together to deliver true performance differentiation.
Posted: 29 Jun 2009 | Published: 17 Dec 2007

BlueCoat

The Return of Web Caching: Bandwidth Savings, Network Resilience, and On-Demand Content Delivery in a Web 2.0 World
sponsored by BlueCoat
ANALYST REPORT: In this report you will learn: How the Internet has evolved as we have moved from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0, Dynamics of new Web affects on service providers, Challenges faced by access providers in developing markets, Mobile operator specific challenges and Emerging Web 2.0 Internet usage pattern impact.
Posted: 01 Mar 2011 | Published: 28 Feb 2011

BlueCoat

Global Deduplication: How it Works and Who Can Benefit
sponsored by Essextec
EGUIDE: This expert e-guide explains how the limited scalability of source and target-based deduplication can lead to bottlenecks when large volumes of data are backed up. Learn how global deduplication can eliminate these bottlenecks through load balancing and get examples of these types of offerings in the marketplace.
Posted: 17 Jun 2013 | Published: 17 Jun 2013

Essextec

SSD: Choosing the Right Method from the Right Vendor
sponsored by XIO
EGUIDE: This SearchStorage.com E-Guide can help you decide between SSD solutions by outlining the pros and cons of each type of implementation. Also learn how SSDs can help meet the need for faster performance and how top storage vendors have responded to today’s need for speed with their SSD products.
Posted: 10 Nov 2011 | Published: 10 Nov 2011

XIO

The Value of Shared SSDs in Enterprise Computing
sponsored by QLogic Corporation
WHITE PAPER: This paper covers the advantages of the QLogic FabricCache 10000 Series adapters bringing transparent, shared caching to enterprise application environments. It combines a QLogic Fibre Channel adapter with intelligent caching to bring new levels of scalable application performance to existing SAN environments.
Posted: 25 Apr 2013 | Published: 31 Mar 2013

QLogic Corporation

Exadata Smart Flash Cache and the Sun Oracle Database Machine
sponsored by Oracle Corporation
WHITE PAPER: Exadata Smart Flash Cache is the fundamental technology of the Sun Oracle Database Machine Full Rack that enables the processing of up to 1 million random I/O operations per second (IOPS), and the scanning of data within Exadata storage at up to 50 GB/second. Read this paper for more.
Posted: 08 Oct 2010 | Published: 30 Oct 2009

Oracle Corporation