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PCIe flash versus DDR3 in-memory storage

Learn how PCIe-based server-side flash stacks up against emerging in-memory flash technology in this tip from Marc Staimer of Dragon Slayer Consulting.

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When it comes to server-side flash, choose wisely

Eric Slack of Storage Switzerland outlines the various types of server-side flash available today and the strengths and weaknesses of each.

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Breaking the tier one HDD habit

How can hybrid flash tiering decrease reliance on expensive tier one storage and improve performance? Independent storage expert Phil Goodwin shows us how in this tip.

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Flash-based storage systems and replication today

Running flash? Read why George Crump thinks replication must be part of all flash-based storage systems and what to look for from a third-party replication product.

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    Breaking the tier one HDD habit

    How can hybrid flash tiering decrease reliance on expensive tier one storage and improve performance? Independent storage expert Phil Goodwin shows us how in this tip.

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    How flash vendors mitigate read disturbs

    Marc Staimer of Dragon Slayer Consulting explains what causes read disturbs and how flash vendors are mitigating the issue.

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    flash cache

    Flash cache is the temporary storage of data on NAND flash memory chips to enable requests for data to be fulfilled with greater speed.

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