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Die 5 wichtigsten Vorteile kontinuierlicher Verfügbarkeit von VMware-Umgebungen

Da Unternehmen ununterbrochen Zugriff auf ihre Anwendungen und Daten erwarten, muss die Infrastruktur zuverlässig kontinuierlicher Verfügbarkeit bieten. VMware ist Teil der Lösung, hängt jedoch von der Speicherverfügbarkeit ab. Die enge Verzahnung zwischen der virtuellen Speichertechnologie EMC VPLEX und VMware ermöglicht kontinuierliche Verfügbarkeit und eine vertrauenswürdige Infrastruktur, auf die Sie sich verlassen können.

CMA: Massive Oracle data warehouse performance with XtremIO

CMA is a large service provider and developer of data warehouses for state and local government agencies, as well as private sector enterprises. Founded in 1984, the company has six U.S. locations with its headquarters and data center based in Albany, NY. CMA’s specialty is taking immense data sets from many sources and creating a

INTRODUCTION TO THE EMC XTREMIO STORAGE ARRAY (Ver. 2.2)

This white paper introduces the EMC XtremIO Storage Array. It provides detailed descriptions of the system architecture, theory of operation, and its features. It also explains how the XtremIO’s unique features (such as Inline Data Reduction, scalable performance, data protection, etc.) provide solutions to data storage problems that cannot be matched by any other system.

EMC INFRASTRUCTURE FOR SUPERRIOR END-USER COMPUTING EXPERIENCE

EMC’s commitment to consistently maintain and improve quality is led by the Total Customer Experience (TCE) program, which is driven by Six Sigma methodologies. As a result, EMC has built Customer Integration Labs in its Global Solutions Centers to reflect realworld deployments in which TCE use are developed and executed. These use cases provide EMC

EMC 15-MINUTE GUIDE TO CONTINOUS AVAILABILTY

As the reliance on applications and data to conduct business grows, organizations, users and customers have less and less tolerance for downtime. Everyone expects to be able to access applications and data whenever and wherever they need to. To meet these expectations, organizations have tended to focus on high availability infrastructures that minimize the downtime

Considerations for Testing All-Flash Array Performance

Virtual servers, cloud-based platforms, and virtual desktops are becoming the standard way to deploy new infrastructures. This trend toward consolidating many different applications onto a single set of systems causes what is sometimes called the “I/O Blender” effect. The storage workloads become in the aggregate highly random and simultaneously distributed across a large percentage of

Technology Assessment

The objective of this study is to provide a framework for testing an all–solid state storage system, commonly known as the all-flash array. IDC performed substantial research to understand the prevailing use cases, testing methodologies, and tools; worked with independent labs; conducted vendor interviews; and reexamined existing IDC research. The results of the research generated

FLASH-SPECIFIC DATA PROTECTION

Every enterprise storage system utilizes multiple forms of redundancy in order to protect data against loss when an inevitable array component failure occurs. RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) was invented to allow data to be spread across multiple drives for performance, but also to protect the data when a disk drive (and in later

FLASH IMPLICATIONS IN ENTERPRISE STORAGE ARRAY DESIGNS

Enterprise storage arrays are highly sophisticated systems that have evolved over decades to provide levels of performance, reliability, and functionality unavailable in the underlying hard disk drives upon which they’re based. A significant aspect of the engineering work to make this possible is designing the array hardware and software stack to extract the most capability