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Open Technology Solutions Highlights the Criticality of Inline Data Reduction

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OTS' experiences with all-flash technology mirror what many customers have experienced over the past several years. Hesitatingly optimistic, OTS deployed its first AFA in a limited environment to prove the system out, and when it performed and/or exceeded the company's expectations, it quickly started moving more workloads to it over time.

Like OTS, many customers do not immediately retire their legacy storage, but in moving the more demanding workloads off of their existing environments, they provide better application performance both for those applications on the AFA and for those that stay on the legacy storage. And like OTS, the majority of AFA customers have in the past year in particular come to the conclusion that all-flash technology is the future of primary storage for performance, reliability, ease of management and expansion, and economic (as measured by total cost of ownership) reasons.

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Published:  Jul 18, 2017
Length:  6
Type:  White Paper
Tags : 
external storage systems, flash arrays, scale-up, scale-out, managing it infrastructure, data center, idc, market intelligence



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