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Many early implementations of solid-state storage were hybrid arrays making use of hard disks as well as flash. Today, there are a number of vendors offering all-flash arrays as the price of flash continues to drop. This handbook takes a look at how all-flash arrays are being used today and what organizations should consider before deploying an all-flash array.   Access >>>

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  • All-flash storage arrays: Performance vs. function
  • How much flash is enough?
  • All-flash powers performance-hungry apps

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