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Access complex, varied data sooner with high-performance, high-capacity Micron 9200 SSD with NVMe™ SSD to protect your data against ever-growing threats with federal security solutions

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This technical brief discusses how we used standardized OLTP performance metrics and a data set that exceeds available system memory (to test storage system I/O) to compare new orders per minute (NOPM), database average response time and response time consistency on a SQL...

Virtualized environments, media streaming, cloud-based infrastructures and a more distributed workforce need continuous access to that data — and they need it fast. Ceph Storage can help you manage that growth. Scalable, high-performance platforms with NVMe SSDs can help you...

Open-source relational database management systems (RDBMS) like MySQL® are broadly deployed1 and very flexible with extensive community support. MySQL powers some of the largest high-growth websites while remaining free.

When we scale a database—either locally or in the cloud—performance1 is imperative. Without massive performance, a massive-scale database is little more than an active archive.

Ceph plus the Micron 9200 MAX NVMe SSD on the Intel Purley platform is super fast.

  • Publication Date: 07/20/2018
  • Author: Ryan Meredith

The 2018 OpenStack Summit starts next week, and we’ll look at how recent Ceph improvements broaden the classes of workloads that are performant in the Ceph ecosystem.

  • Publication Date: 05/15/2018
  • Author: Ryan Meredith

We’ve shown lots of results with different RDBMS platforms and OLTP – what could our Micron 9200 series of SSDs with NVMe™ do for MySQL and OLTP?

  • Publication Date: 12/21/2017
  • Author: Doug Rollins

Years ago (more than I care to admit), we faced some serious limitations when we wanted application performance. We had high RPM hard disk drives (HDDs) – relatively fast, anyway (we thought of 15K RPM HDDs as fast back then, some people still do). When we needed fast and high...

  • Publication Date: 12/06/2017
  • Author: Doug Rollins