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This technical brief highlights the performance advantages measured when we compared three four-node Cassandra clusters: one built using legacy HDDs and two built using enterprise SSDs (one per node and two per node).

This technical brief discusses how we measured Oracle Database commits per minute (CPM) with enterprise SATA SSDs using standardized OLTP performance metrics and a data set that exceeded available system memory to test storage system I/O. We also included a legacy HDD...

Engineered on industry-leading 64-layer 3D NAND, the Micron 5200 SSD delivers best-in-class performance and capacity on the same proven architecture as the 5100 series.

We found that the 5200 PRO SSDs generated far greater business throughput (NOPM) than the baseline configuration to bring more value to OLTP workloads on a Microsoft SQL Server.

Technical Brief

Discusses performance states for NAND-based SSDs and discusses performance measured as variability over time and amount of data written.

  • Last Updated: 08/23/2016
  • File Type: PDF

Learn how fast SATA Micron® SSDs drive more from your Oracle Licenses - enabling enormous commits per minute with faster and more consistent responses and lower overall CPU utilization.

  • Last Updated: 04/04/2018
  • File Type: PDF

eXtended Performance and Enhanced Reliability Technology (XPERT) is a suite of Micron-designed storage architecture enhancements that greatly improve SSD performance and reliability. XPERT extends drive life and ensures data integrity.

  • Last Updated: 02/11/2013
  • File Type: PDF

This technical marketing brief details and compares the key data path protection features that are designed into Micron’s RealSSD™ client and enterprise drives.

  • Last Updated: 11/29/2011
  • File Type: PDF

Despite their deceptively similar appearance, SSDs are not functionally identical to rotating drives (HDDs). This technical marketing brief focuses on one key way in which these devices differ: the effect that traffic patterns have on write performance.

  • Last Updated: 12/13/2012
  • File Type: PDF

SSDs write data differently than conventional rotating hard drives (HDDs)—in a multistep process versus a single-step process. This brief examines the multistep write process for SSDs.

  • Last Updated: 04/19/2012
  • File Type: PDF