VIOLIN SYSTEMS

VIOLIN SYSTEMS
As the creator of the flash storage industry, VIOLIN continues to innovate groundbreaking, high-performance technology solutions that serve the complex computing needs of the world’s most demanding enterprises and public sector organizations. Customers worldwide realize that our ability to quickly move, manage and maintain information offers them a unique competitive advantage.
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Powering SQL Servers on an NVMe All-Flash Array

Posted by VIOLIN SYSTEMS on Sep 28, 2020 3:39:39 PM

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?

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Topics: SQL, All Flash Array, NVMe

SQL Servers and Machine Learning: The Perfect Pair

Posted by VIOLIN SYSTEMS on Sep 22, 2020 9:46:19 AM

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:

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Say Goodbye to Hard Disk Drives: Why Your SQL Server Needs an All-Flash Array

Posted by VIOLIN SYSTEMS on Sep 14, 2020 8:00:00 AM

More and more organizations are choosing structured query language servers to power their databases. Why?

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Topics: MySQL, flash storage, Technology Trends, Extreme Performance, cost savings

A New Level of Performance: NVMe over Fabric Storage Provisioning

Posted by VIOLIN SYSTEMS on Sep 8, 2020 8:43:09 AM

Does it feel like “NVMe over Fabric storage” is currently on the lips of everyone in information technology (IT)?

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Topics: IT operations, storage architecture

Storage Wars: Thin vs. Thick Provisioning

Posted by VIOLIN SYSTEMS on Aug 31, 2020 5:49:13 PM

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?

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Topics: All Flash Array

SQL Servers and All-Flash Arrays: The Perfect Pair

Posted by VIOLIN SYSTEMS on Aug 24, 2020 7:47:07 AM

Structured query language servers, or SQL (sometimes pronounced “Sequel”) servers are becoming an increasingly important tool for any data scientist to have in their toolbox. It’s a key asset that can be used to do all sorts of things, like access, update, insert, manipulate, and modify data, and it also helps in communicating with relational databases.

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Topics: Flash Array, SQL

Stay Active Series: 5 Living Room Exercises to Get in Shape from Home

Posted by VIOLIN SYSTEMS on Aug 17, 2020 1:51:51 PM

The home has become the main feature for people's lives. With so many people working from home, many find themselves sitting for long periods of time.

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Topics: productivity

Machine Learning, AI, and All-Flash Arrays: Leave Performance Tuning in the Past!

Posted by VIOLIN SYSTEMS on Aug 10, 2020 9:51:19 AM

Whether you realize it or not, we’re exposed to artificial intelligence and machine-based learning every day. The virtual assistants on our smartphones, the smart speaker in your living room, your social media account, and even your favorite TV-streaming platform all use artificial intelligence and machine learning for optimum performance and personalized user experiences.

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Topics: All Flash Array

Data Security from Software to Hardware

Posted by VIOLIN SYSTEMS on Aug 4, 2020 10:03:00 AM

Currently, about 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are produced each day.

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Topics: Data Security

Stay Active Series: 10 Yoga Poses for Working From Home

Posted by VIOLIN SYSTEMS on Jul 27, 2020 8:12:22 AM

Whether you’re working from home while your company is employing social distancing measures, or your business is making a more permanent shift to embrace the new work from home culture, spending too much time sitting at your desk can leave you feeling stiff and achy.

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Topics: productivity