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Published By: Dell EMC     Published Date: Nov 04, 2016
According to recent ESG research, 70% of IT respondents indicated they plan to invest in HCI over the next 24 months. IT planners are increasingly turning toward HyperConverged Infrastructure (HCI) solutions to simplify and speed up infrastructure deployments, ease day-to-day operational management, reduce costs, and increase IT speed and agility. HCI consists of a nodal-based architecture whereby all the required virtualized compute, storage, and networking assets are self-contained inside individual nodes. These nodes are, in effect, discrete virtualized computing resources “in a box.” However, they are typically grouped together to provide resiliency, high performance, and flexible resource pooling. And since HCI appliances can scale out to large configurations over time, these systems can provide businesses with investment protection and a simpler, more agile, and cost-effective way to deploy virtualized computing infrastructure. Read this paper to learn more.
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data, software-defined, hyper-convergence, hdd, sddc, storage management, data warehousing
    
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Published By: Cleversafe     Published Date: Mar 29, 2013
Scalability has always been an important characteristic of enterprise storage systems, maybe the most important, since the rationale of consolidating storage assumes that the system can easily grow with aggregate demand.
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object storage, cloud storage, access nodes, scalability, metadata, storage controller, backup and recovery, network attached storage, raid, storage area networks, storage management, storage virtualization, application integration, application performance management, best practices, data deduplication
    
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Published By: NetApp     Published Date: Feb 19, 2015
NetApp Flash Pool is a storage cache option within the NetApp Virtual Storage Tier product family, available for NetApp FAS storage systems. A Flash Pool configures solid state drives (SSDs) and hard disk drives (HDDs) into a single storage pool, known as an “aggregate” in NetApp parlance, with the SSDs providing a fast response time cache for volumes that are provisioned on the Flash Pool aggregate. In this lab evaluation, NetApp commissioned Demartek to evaluate the effectiveness of Flash Pool with different types and numbers of hard disk drives using an online transaction processing (OLTP) database workload, and to evaluate the performance of Flash Pool in a clustered Data ONTAP environment during a cluster storage node failover scenario. In the report, you’ll dis cover how Demartek test engineers documented a 283% gain in IOPS and a reduction in latency by a factor of 66x after incorporating NetApp Flash Pool technology.
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Published By: NetApp     Published Date: Sep 22, 2014
NetApp Flash Pool is a storage cache option within the NetApp Virtual Storage Tier product family, available for NetApp FAS storage systems. A Flash Pool configures solid state drives (SSDs) and hard disk drives (HDDs) into a single storage pool, known as an “aggregate” in NetApp parlance, with the SSDs providing a fast response time cache for volumes that are provisioned on the Flash Pool aggregate. In this lab evaluation, NetApp commissioned Demartek to evaluate the effectiveness of Flash Pool with different types and numbers of hard disk drives using an online transaction processing (OLTP) database workload, and to evaluate the performance of Flash Pool in a clustered Data ONTAP environment during a cluster storage node failover scenario. In the report, you’ll dis cover how Demartek test engineers documented a 283% gain in IOPS and a reduction in latency by a factor of 66x after incorporating NetApp Flash Pool technology.
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flash pool, fas storage systems, ssd, online transaction processing, cluster storage
    
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Published By: Red Hat, Inc.     Published Date: Jul 10, 2012
Today, as IT departments struggle to design and implement solutions capable of managing exponential data growth with strict requirements for application scale and performance, many of them are turning to in-memory data grids (IMDGs).
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it departments, data growth, managing data growth, application scale, application performance, in-memory data grids, imdgs, big data, data volume, data velocity, data variability, data management, data collection, data processing, data scaling, data storage systems, data access, data solutions, data challenges, management tooling
    
Red Hat, Inc.
Published By: Red Hat, Inc.     Published Date: Jul 10, 2012
Is data changing the way you do business?Is it inventory sitting in your warehouse? The good news is data-driven applications enhance online customer experiences, leading to higher customer satisfaction and retention, and increased purchasing.
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it planning, data, data-driven applications, data challenges, data solutions, big data solutions, big data challenges, in-memory databases, web-abpplications, in-memory data grid, nosql, storage nodes, e-commerce applications, social applications, logisitcs applications, trading applications, data scaling, rest, memcached, hot rod
    
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Published By: Oracle Global Marketing     Published Date: Jul 13, 2012
As the amount and importance of corporate data grows, companies of all sizes are finding that they increasingly need to deploy high-availability database solutions to support their business-critical applications.
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data, database, oracle database appliance, choosing hardware. storage, internal networking, memory, cpu, verify patch compatibility, database appliance manager, rdbms, database deployment, database installation, node, storage node, data management
    
Oracle Global Marketing
Published By: Oracle Global Marketing     Published Date: Jul 13, 2012
Oracle Database Appliance is a new engineered system consisting of hardware and software that saves customers time and money by simplifying deployment, maintenance and support of high availability database solutions.
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database, database cosulting, database hardware, database solutions, scalability, high availability, cluster sommunication, server node, storage node
    
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Sep 27, 2013
This document explains briefly how and why IBM Flex System surpasses mere blade systems.
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ibm, ibm flex system, best blade solution, storage, ibm pureflex system, networking, platform systems, integrated systems, compute nodes, blade systems, chassis, storage, data management, storage management, storage virtualization
    
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jan 09, 2014
In this Research Report, Clabby Analytics takes a closer look at IBM’s Flex System converged architecture. The new Flex System’s advanced blade offering shines compared to its closest rival: traditional blade architecture. Flex System offers superior manageability, faster communications, more storage capacity (using up to eight internal solid state drives [SSDs] per compute node) and better storage management — as well as broader/better physical/virtual system management — than all of today’s leading blade competitors.
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clabby analytics, ibm, flex system, architecture, blade architecture, puresystems, pureflex, virtualization, blade servers, storage management, storage virtualization, cloud computing
    
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Published By: Dell EMC     Published Date: Nov 04, 2016
According to recent ESG research, 70% of IT respondents indicated they plan to invest in HCI over the next 24 months. IT planners are increasingly turning toward HyperConverged Infrastructure (HCI) solutions to simplify and speed up infrastructure deployments, ease day-to-day operational management, reduce costs, and increase IT speed and agility. HCI consists of a nodal-based architecture whereby all the required virtualized compute, storage, and networking assets are self-contained inside individual nodes. These nodes are, in effect, discrete virtualized computing resources “in a box.” However, they are typically grouped together to provide resiliency, high performance, and flexible resource pooling. And since HCI appliances can scale out to large configurations over time, these systems can provide businesses with investment protection and a simpler, more agile, and cost-effective way to deploy virtualized computing infrastructure. Read this paper to learn more.
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Dell EMC
Published By: Dell EMC     Published Date: Nov 04, 2016
According to recent ESG research, 70% of IT respondents indicated they plan to invest in HCI over the next 24 months. IT planners are increasingly turning toward HyperConverged Infrastructure (HCI) solutions to simplify and speed up infrastructure deployments, ease day-to-day operational management, reduce costs, and increase IT speed and agility. HCI consists of a nodal-based architecture whereby all the required virtualized compute, storage, and networking assets are self-contained inside individual nodes. These nodes are, in effect, discrete virtualized computing resources “in a box.” However, they are typically grouped together to provide resiliency, high performance, and flexible resource pooling. And since HCI appliances can scale out to large configurations over time, these systems can provide businesses with investment protection and a simpler, more agile, and cost-effective way to deploy virtualized computing infrastructure. Read this paper to learn more.
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