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14 May 2017 Can You Justify An All-Flash Data Center? [63188]
SearchStorage, May 5th 2017

"The elevated cost of flash technology is a reason to limit flash usage. Find out what other factors go into a flash purchase and how it's used in today's data centers," writes George Crump in SearchStorage.

"The concept of an all-flash data center has been floating around for several years, driven by the continual decrease in cost of the media and ongoing improvement in the technology that surrounds it. The result is almost every all-flash vendor is claiming price parity with hard disk-based systems..."
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14 May 2017 All-Flash, All-Disk Or Hybrid? [63186]
Storage Newsletter, May 1st 2017

"We started with a simple question: What surprises have you experienced since you started deploying flash storage in your organization? Of course, surprises can be good or they can be bad, but we sought to understand what may have changed - and what's not changed - since our survey respondents deployed flash storage into their environments. To that end, we asked 1,000 people to share with us their attitudes and experiences around storage. In this report, we will share with you what we learned and how you may be able to use this information to better inform your own path forward..." - Storage Newsletter
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10 May 2017 Micron Accelerates All-Flash Storage Speed, Performance and Value with New Flexible Petabyte-Scale Enterprise Data Center Solution [63335]
Micron , May 10th 2017

All-flash Ceph reference architecture for cloud and local storage runs on Red Hat Ceph storage platform with Micron NVMe solid state drives and Supermicro Ultra SuperServer systems

Micron Technology, Inc. announced at the OpenStack Summit a high-performance, all-flash Ceph storage reference architecture that leverages the exabyte scalability of Red Hat Ceph Storage, the rack-space efficiency of the Supermicro 1U Ultra SuperServer and the speed and endurance of Micron 9100 MAX NVMe flash PCIe solid state drives. This Micron Accelerated Ceph Solution addresses the needs of enterprise storage users who must efficiently deploy software-defined storage (SDS) optimized for I/O intensive workloads. It is a 4-server node storage cluster that hits 1.1M IOPs1 and reaches 21.8 GB/s throughput, which can support 7,000+ ultra-high-definition data streams simultaneously. As the newest member of the Micron Accelerated Solutions (MAS) family of all-flash storage solutions, the NVMe reference design carries the Micron SOLID Ready seal.
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07 May 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [62954]
Vol 230 Issues 1, 2, 3 and 4; Vol 229 Issues 2, 3, 4 and 5

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • 10 Cybercrime Myths That Could Cost You Millions
  • AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform: What We Learned From Tech Earnings
  • IT Mistakes That Could Cost An Organization Millions
  • Deep Dive on AWS vs. Azure vs. Google Cloud Storage Options
  • Intel Optane Memory Review
  • CIO's Guide To The New Economics Of Real-Time Integration
  • Foiled! 15 Tricks To Hold Off The Hackers
  • The Future Of Wi-Fi: The Best Is Yet To Come
  • 3D NAND To Make Up Half Of All Flash Memory Production
  • How CISOs Should Address their Boards About Security

The longer version of this article has list of top ten articles for the last 8 weeks.
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07 May 2017 3D NAND To Make Up Half Of All Flash Memory Production [62977]
Computerworld, April 25th 2017

3D NAND flash availability will remain tight as Apple devours more of it for the iPhone

Lucas Mearian writes in Computerworld, "3D NAND, which stacks layer upon layer of flash cells atop one another like a microscopic skyscraper, will become the prominent technology for all flash memory this year, according to a new report.

According to DRAMeXchange's latest forecast, NAND flash manufacturers have focused their efforts on converting fabrication plants to 3D NAND, which is denser, faster and less expensive to produce than traditional 2D (planar) NAND..."
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