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The Five Myths of Server-side Caching
 - Separating Fact from Fiction

Server-side caching solutions seem to be the answer for every storage performance woe by enabling users to conduct a ‘surgical strike’ on storage I/O bottlenecks. But are they able to live up to all the hype? And what about the uncertainty that shared storage vendors cast on these server-side altern
Server-side caching solutions seem to be the answer for every storage performance woe by enabling users to conduct a ‘surgical strike’ on storage I/O bottlenecks. But are they able to live up to all the hype? And what about the uncertainty that shared storage vendors cast on these server-side alternatives? In this webinar George Crump, Lead Analyst with Storage Switzerland and Rich Petersen, Director of Marketing, Software at SanDisk will discuss the five myths of server side caching and help attendees separate the hype and FUD from reality.
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