HDS Topic Takeover on Solid State Storage Info Center - SearchStorage.com

HDS Topic Takeover on Solid State Storage

Must Read

  • Choosing the correct laptop SSDAnswer - Leah Schoeb, partner with Evaluator Group, discusses the important considerations for selecting the right laptop SSD.
  • Adding SSD to a tiered storage systemAnswer - Find out whether you need to invest in new management software when adding SSD to a tiered storage system in this Expert Response from Marc Staimer.
  • Best practices for SSD technologiesFeature - No longer a luxury item for well-heeled data centers, SSD technologies are more affordable than ever and come in a variety of form factors with a choice of deployment options.
  • Define SSD: Top terms you need to knowFeature - How do you define SSD? Check out this list of important SSD terms. The list includes terms you should know and some that may seem obscure.

Laptop SSD, desktop SSD, and other implementations from searchSolidStateStorage.com

view all in this topic

SSD array implementations from searchSolidStateStorage.com

view all in this topic

SSD utility and application tools from searchSolidStateStorage.com

view all in this topic

Solid state storage technology from searchSolidStateStorage.com

view all in this topic

Solid state cache appliance implementations from searchSolidStateStorage.com

view all in this topic

Server-based SSD implementations from searchSolidStateStorage.com

  • Server-side flash storage systems can reduce latency

    Feature -Server-side flash options include SAS/SATA drives, PCI Express cards and dual inline memory modules that place flash even closer to the application I/O.

  • Chop latency with server-side flash storage

    E-Handbook -On-board storage in servers has traditionally meant high-performance hard disk drives. Today that is changing, with server-side flash storage a popular alternative to boost application performance.

    There are a variety of ways to deploy flash in servers, however. And choosing between traditional form factor solid-state drives and PCI Express-based flash -- not to mention emerging technologies such as memory channel-connected flash -- can be challenging. As with any class of technology, each approach has benefits and drawbacks to consider. This handbook looks at the server-side flash market today, explains each server-side flash approach, outlines their strengths and weaknesses, and offers real-world examples to help you decide what's right for your organization.

    If you are evaluating server-side flash, or flash storage in general, this is a must read.

  • Seagate launches PCIe SSDs, flash accelerator card

    News -Seagate extends its PCIe Nytro flash product line with a new flash accelerator card, and 2.5-inch and M.2 NVMe-compliant PCIe SSDs, which target enterprise workloads.

view all in this topic

NAS (network attached storage) from searchStorage.com

view all in this topic