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

VIOLIN QV2020 for All Budgets & Workloads

Posted by VIOLIN SYSTEMS on Feb 24, 2020 2:20:25 PM

IT administrators and architects are constantly balancing the needs of applications with the cost to provide the best services possible. Flash storage technology has been at the forefront of this trade-off between cost and benefit for several years, but has recently become more affordable for more applications in the datacenter.

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Topics: All Flash Array, NVMe, cost savings, QV2020

Oracle Runaway Licenses, Catch Them If You Can

Posted by COLLIER IT on Jul 22, 2019 3:32:02 PM

One of the services Collier IT offers to our customers is Oracle licensing optimization, especially at the core technology (Database) tier. Some of the triggers for this are mergers, acquisitions, license audits, or budget cuts.

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Topics: OLTP, Oracle, cost savings, AFA

Affordable Data Storage: Cost-Saving Through Extreme Performance

Posted by Gary Lyng on Dec 14, 2018 1:00:00 PM

At a young age, we are pre-programmed to believe that high performance is expensive.  As kids, we played with toy cars of Ferrari and Porsche that are known for performance but associated with high cost and only the rich typically own.  Additionally, such cars are not known for efficiency or for that matter reliability until the dawn of Tesla electric cars.  Tesla offers high-performance acceleration, zero gas costs, low cost of operation and it truly transforms the pre-programmed thinking. Unfortunately, the acquisition cost of a Tesla is not that affordable for everyone, yet.

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Topics: OLTP, flash storage, latency, Customer Experience, Extreme Performance, Reliability, Transformation, cost savings, efficiency