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All-Flash Storage Arrays Questions
Arun Kumar Mohanty
User
Jan 12 2022
Hello, We're planning to offer Storage as a Service (STaaS) to our customers.  I'm looking for your recommendations on a solution for an enterprise-level storage environment from where we can offer this service. The environment should offer a unified storage environment and should be able to d...
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IssamKawash
Sales Manager at saraha tech
Jan 26 2022
Hello, I'm looking for pricing for SSD Storage disks with a capacity of 960GB. Part Number: DS224C SW-FLASH-01-QS X371A-6 CS-BASE-SUPPORT CS-N-SSP. Quantity: 24. The disks have to be compatible with the ones we currently have (AFFA220, HA system, Flash Bundle, CAN) In terms of the type, suppor...
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Storemgr67
Storage Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Oct 25 2021

I'm researching flash storage arrays. I'm looking for advice about which of these two options is better - IBM flash 9200 or EMC VMAX8000. 


Any recommendations?

Martin NagyHI, I would go definitely for PowerMax 8000 series instead of VMAX (old… more »
Jin SiangTanPowerMax 800, as it's an AA array (active/active), while FS9200 is… more »
Ronald Van HeekI think this will probably depend on what features and functionality you need… more »
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Senior technical and storage expert at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Aug 14 2021

I'm researching All-Flash Storage Arrays. I'm looking for feedback about HPE 3PAR StoreServ and Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform F Series. Can anyone help?

PhPr3PAR is SAS-based storage. The industry is already moving away from the… more »
Virgilio AlbertBoth are great platforms, but if you are considering all flash solutions, I… more »
Manager7a60Hitachi, if cost and performance for mission-critical apps are high priority… more »
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Rony_Sklar
PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
Sep 13 2021

What are some major benefits of all-flash storage arrays? Why should companies invest in all-flash as opposed to a different storage solution? 

AliBizmarkIt has better performance than Hybrid storage and customers can have more IOPS… more »
PhPrIn general, all-flash arrays have much better price/performance (in case if… more »
reviewer810810Speed (IOPs), increased reliability, compactness. If your application does not… more »
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Rony_Sklar
PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)

How do thick and thin provisioning affect all-flash storage array performance? What are the relative benefits of each?

Mark S. CruceNo performance implications. Its just a provisioning strategy... In thick… more »
Christian BaldaufThin provisioning is a technique to better utilise the available physical… more »
Mohamed Y AhmedThick and thin provisioning it's a service related configuration, simply as an… more »
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Ariel Lindenfeld
Sr. Director of Community
PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
Let the community know what you think. Share your opinions now!
it_user208149Primary requirement for me is the data reduction using data de-duplication… more »
it_user202749It depends on your requirements. Are you looking at Flash for Performance, ease… more »
it_user213957Understanding your particular use case is key to selecting the proper technology… more »
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