Solid state cache appliance implementations
Server-side caching, or flash storage installed in the server itself, is deployed to accelerate application performance. Placing the flash as close to the application as possible reduces latency and improves performance.
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Enterprise flash storage technology is hot for its ability to speed application performance. See what's up with flash now and where it's headed. Continue Reading
Using solid-state storage as cache can boost server and application performance dramatically, but the kind of flash cache you choose is critical. Continue Reading
Your apps might be begging for flash storage performance, but you'll have to decide where to put it, how much you'll need and how it should be used. Continue Reading
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