Find out what vendors are doing to address the storage software bottleneck problem to enable users to extract the full performance potential of the media in their data centers
"Storage systems no longer live up to their full potential. Proving this statement requires a little math,"
writes George Crump in SearchStorage.
"If you add up the raw performance of each drive in an all-flash array and compare it to the stated performance of that array, you will find a significant difference. The math suggests the all-flash system should be able to generate millions of IOPS, yet most can't create more than a few hundred thousand.
Understanding the reason for the performance gap requires understanding storage systems architecture..."
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