All-Flash Array Buyer's Guide

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Enterprises are aggressively adopting all-flash arrays, and for good reason. The current generation of all-flash arrays address critical business priorities and deliver a return on investment of well under eighteen months in most cases. Indeed, many organizations have discovered that the transition to all-flash is self-funding, even when just the IT budget is considered.

DCIG researched the features of more than 80 all-flash arrays for its Storage Array Body of Research. Recognizing that there are multiple market segments for these products, we grouped the products into midmarket, small and midsize enterprise, and enterprise classifications. The DCIG 2017-18 All-Flash Array Buyer’s Guide includes the products that ranked Recommended, Excellent or Good among the enterprise grouping of arrays. Most of the products in this guide are part of a series that extend into the High End Storage Array classification as well as the SME and/or midmarket. Other products are the most robust model in a series.

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Datum: 17 August 2019, 0:00 am   |   Anbieter: Hewlett-Packard EMEA   |   Größe: 2,61 MB   |   Sprache: Englisch
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