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By: SolidFire_NetApp     Published Date: May 10, 2016
Quality of service (QoS) is a critical enabling technology for enterprises and service providers wanting to deliver consistent primary storage performance to business-critical applications in a multi-tenant or enterprise infrastructure. The type of applications that require primary storage services typically demand greater levels of performance than what is readily available from traditional storage infrastructures today. However, simply providing raw performance is often not the only objective in these use cases. For a broad range of business-critical applications, consistent and predictable performance are the more important metrics. Unfortunately, neither is easily achievable within traditional storage arrays.
Tags : storage management, performance management, best practices, application integration, technology, business intelligence, storage
     SolidFire_NetApp
By: Unitrends     Published Date: Nov 03, 2010
When Yogi Berra said "The future ain't what it used to be" he could have been talking about backup rather than baseball. Despite enormous progress in backup technologies over the last decade, the"secondary" technology of backup as a whole has barely kept up when compared to the incredible gains in the "primary" technologies associated with computer and storage platforms
Tags : unitrends, backup, recovery, disaster recovery, capacity, storage
     Unitrends
By: Veritas & PureStorage     Published Date: Jun 23, 2017
As flash costs continue to drop and new, flash-driven designs help to magnify the compelling economic advantages AFAs offer relative to HDD-based designs, mainstream adoption of AFAs —first for primary storage workloads and then ultimately for secondary storage workloads — will accelerate. Well-designed AFAs that still leverage legacy interfaces like SAS will be able to meet many performance requirements over the next year or two. Those IT organisations that aim to best position themselves to handle future growth will want to look at next-generation AFA offerings, as the future is no longer flash-optimised architectures (implying that HDD design tenets had to be optimised around) — it is flash-driven architectures.
Tags : cloud data, online marketing, customer acquisition, mobile marketing, social marketing, data warehouse, data storage, data collection
     Veritas & PureStorage
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