There’s no question – flash storage is an exceptional catalyst for improving data center operations and supporting the cloud transition. In fact, because the disk drive has only seen incremental improvements since the 1980s and ‘90s, advances in enterprise storage have slowed to a crawl compared with other enterprise functions.
There is a plethora of advantages that come with utilising an all-flash array (AFA), like performance improvements, productivity gains, and cost savings, among many others.
A report from MIT Technology, sponsored by Pure Storage, states IT leaders that want to reap these benefits should actively define their AFA strategies and oversee storage-related decision making, thus treating storage like the newly strategic asset it has become.
The study includes real examples of companies that have made the transition and tips on how your company can successfully achieve an AFA strategy too.
What you'll find in this report
- Unique insights into MIT's research, including why they've predicted all data centers to be flash only by 2021
- A look into case studies about the the many benefits that flash storage brings, including how its freeing up employees time
- The projected revenue produced by all-flash arrays by 2019
- How flash will benefit your organisation and how you can easily implement it
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