SQL Server performance is highly dependent on how you configure your server's storage subsystems. With that in mind, this e-guide dives into a benefit/cost comparison of the increasingly popular solid-state drive (SSD) trend and explains some of the top mistakes people make when purchasing hardware for SQL Server.
I’m Deni Connor, Senior Analyst for Storage Strategies NOW. We are here today to talk about solid state drives, and their rapid advance in the enterprise. In this presentation transcript, I’m going to ask why the advent of SSDs and what is the problem that is being solved by them.
The EMC® CLARiiON® AX4 is a versatile and cost-effective solution for organizations looking for an alternative to server-based storage. The AX4 delivers performance, scalability, and advanced data management features in one, easy-to-use storage solution.
3PAR Thin Provisioning software improves storage system efficiency and optimizes capacity utilization system-wide. No more up-front capacity allocation. No more dedicating resources for each application. No more paying to power, house, and cool disks you may not need for months or years to come, or may never actually need.
This SearchStorage.com E-Guide is here to help you make the transition from tape to disk as smooth as possible. Read on as backup expert Brien Posey offers insight into the 7 steps that you need to follow in order to have a fast, stress-free transition.
Built on Adaptec Unified Serial® (SATA/SAS) Series 5Z, Series 5 and Series 2 storage controller technology, High-performance Hybrid Arrays (HPHAs) provide for maximum performance at the lowest capital investment and operating costs.
Please read this presentation transcript, in which Andrew Burton, features editor for searchstorage.com, interviews Greg Shulz, Founder and Senior Analyst with Storage Dial Group, about RAIDS. Shulz will provide a synopsis of the different RAID levels, their characteristics and when to use each level?
This paper will demonstrate differences in comparative SSD products. The analysis reconciles instantaneous benchmark data to actual user performance, over time in a working system under a true enterprise workload.
Since the cost comparison between tape and disk is obviously far more complex than the media itself, this brief outlines all the considerations necessary for a more complete understanding of the benefit and true cost comparison between tape and disk to help IT professionals choose and justify their backup environment.