DEMARTEK VALIDATION TEST REPORT:
Violin 7300 Flash Storage Platform™ Supports Multiple Primary Storage Workloads
A few months ago, I was visiting a customer, who also happens to be a very large, global retailer. I sat down with their storage architect to get a sense of their environment, their application and technology dependencies, and ultimately, their storage decision criteria. They had been running EMC hybrid arrays for a while.
Today, I am exceptionally proud and excited to announce the availability of our new Flash Storage Platform (FSP), powered by Concerto OS 7 and managed by Symphony 3.
The topic for this episode of the Architecture Matters blog series is performance, and specifically why performance is something you can’t have enough of.
In this episode of the Architecture Matters Blog Series, I’ll be covering the rising importance of data management features for all-flash arrays.
In this episode of the Architecture Matters blog series, let's look at the economics of all-flash arrays and Violin’s strategy to make all-flash arrays as affordable as enterprise disk solutions.
The beginning of a new year is often an opportunity to reflect and make resolutions. In storage, you may be part of a growing group of customers that has made the resolution to stop investing in disk, and make the move to flash. In this blog series, I will share with you why not all enterprise flash storage is made the same; and that architecture matters.
Topics: Technology Trends
Inarguably, it has never been a better time to be a storage user deciding on a next-generation all-flash array. The last 18 months have been a phenomenal time for the storage industry, with a flurry of all-flash array product announcements, each claiming unique approaches to solving the challenges of getting rid of disk and going all-flash.