StorCentric Adds Software-Defined NVMe High Performance, All-Flash Solution to its Portfolio with Acquisition of Violin Systems
The speed of your system matters. When your users are sending and receiving large volumes of data, slow operations can be a problem.
Whether we realize it or not, much of our life is measured in IOPS, input/output operations per second. The memory systems that power our enterprise systems—the systems that power everything around us—are responsible for saving and storing data, which comes in two forms: inputs and outputs.
Since its announcement in 2018, Microsoft’s structured query language (SQL) database management system, SQL Server 2019, has been making headlines, first for its introduction and again in 2019, for its impressive list of updates.
Microsoft’s Subject Query Language (SQL) Server is one of the strongest, most powerful database management systems available to date.
Topics: SQL Server
If you need to arrive at an appointment on time and you know you need to take a highway that gets jammed up right at rush hour, wouldn’t you prefer to take a high-speed detour, one with 64,000 lanes instead of just one?
Whether consumers realize it or not, machine learning is a significant part of our everyday lives. There are all kinds of current and upcoming applications that utilize the power of machine learning, including:
More and more organizations are choosing structured query language servers to power their databases. Why?
Does it feel like “NVMe over Fabric storage” is currently on the lips of everyone in information technology (IT)?
When you’re dealing with a modern, all-flash array, you need data efficiency technology to keep up. Otherwise, what’s the point of having such a speedy solution? Perhaps you’ve heard the terms “thick provisioning” and “thin provisioning.” These terms get tossed around a lot in the storage community, but which is right for you?
Topics: All Flash Array