Database environments like Oracle, MS-SQL, MySQL push All-Flash Arrays to their limits. To compensate, database teams deploy multiple servers and increase server-side RAM. Database environments, which don’t benefit from deduplication, continue to consume a lot of excess capacity, which is expensive on premium-priced flash systems. Join us for our live webinar where we discuss what is next in database storage.
Key Takeaways: Learn Why Next-Generation Database Storage Needs to deliver in Four Key Areas:
1. Improve Data Integrity – The information in databases is an organization’s Crown Jewels. Next generations storage systems must increase data integrity and protect that data from hardware failure or human mistakes.
2. Improve Performance – Instead of forcing customers to deploy expensive workarounds, storage systems need to deliver the full performance of solid-state media and modern networking.
3. Reduce Capacity – Databases, generally, don’t benefit from deduplication. Plus, deduplication adds overhead that increases latency and lowers performance. Instead, next-generation systems need built-in copy data management to feed QA, test-dev, and reporting.
4. Reduce Costs (everywhere) – Storage costs too much, and database storage is the most expensive. Next-generation storage needs to cost less than current storage systems while enabling IT to lower investment in the number of database servers and the RAM installed in them.
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