Richard Gordon and Steve Willson. High Performance Storage Specialists, Dell EMC
Today we are collecting and processing more data than ever before. Data is being created by people, by processes and often by autonomous devices, and being delivered into a central pool. Here it is interrogated by ever more complex analytical algorithms, to drive faster decision making. These algorithms are often designed to improve customer experience, cut costs, increase profits, reduce risk, or deliver better compliance – and the demand is to achieve this in real-time, with a data set that is being constantly updated. To achieve maximum performance, storage needs to be hugely performant, and as close to compute cores as possible.
Attend this Dell EMC sponsored webinar, to find out how analytics optimized storage is changing from traditional SAN technologies. Tightly coupled compute and storage solutions, use new protocols such as NVMe to keep analytics processes exploiting all of the available multi-core compute available. Essentially, the new class of ultra-low latency solutions deliver PCIe card performance, with shared storage array flexibility and resilience.
During this webinar we will discuss:
• market conditions that are the driving force behind more performance-hungry applications
• legacy storage architectures and the need for a new performance centric platform
• the NVMe interface for flash storage and its advantages of legacy data transport protocols
• future of NVMe and NVMe-based fabrics, and next generation memory technology.