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How to Address the Blast Radius Problem: Mitigating the Impact of SSD ...

NVMe SSDs, from inception, have provided more performance per drive than the typical single server…

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Removing Storage Bottlenecks for CPUs

Here are some realities for businesses in 2020: Bandwidth is less costly now than ever…

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Is it time to retire Ceph for flash?

The scalable storage solution was created in 2005 by Sage Weil and it’s gone through…

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Scale Out Flash Storage: Questions and Answers

The ramp up of Scale-Out Flash Storage (SOFS) is challenging the storage deployment status quo,…

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Ceph and the quest for high performance low latency storage

Has the emergence of flash storage pushed open source storage software Ceph past its prime?…

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The Ultimate Software-Defined Storage Glossary

Understand the latest terms and trends that are defined software-defined storage including NVMe, NVMe, TCP, RDMA and more!

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Mainstream Linux distributions now include support for NVMe/TCP

Since its ratification in last November, NVMe/TCP is gaining significant momentum in the storage arena…

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Can Private Clouds Grow Up to Be Amazon?

Smaller enterprises rely on public clouds; mammoth enterprises build their own clouds; and the rest are stuck in between. How can the gap be closed?

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Adieu, iSCSI Bottlenecks and Hello NVMe/TCP

iSCSI has served its purpose for the storage industry, and it’s time to bid it adieu. Read this blog post to understand why it’s time for NVMe/TCP.

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