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Over the last few years years, a tidal wave of change has influenced enterprise SSDs and how we use them. And over the last year, the impact has felt the strongest—bringing some extremely important changes for enterprise SSDs. Take a look at my top four.

  • Publication Date: 01/12/2015
  • Author: Doug Rollins

Usually a point release in an OS or storage solution is no big deal, but I tested Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5 and Ceph Luminous 12.2.5 and found a surprising improvement in block performance.

  • Publication Date: 07/12/2018
  • Author: Ryan Meredith

BlueStore is the new storage engine for Ceph and is the default configuration in the community edition.

  • Publication Date: 05/29/2018
  • Author: Ryan Meredith

RHCS 3.0 + the Micron 9200 MAX NVMe SSD on the Intel Purley platform is super fast.

  • Publication Date: 05/29/2018
  • Author: Ryan Meredith

With over 28 years’ commitment to the automotive market, Micron’s LPDDR4 products meet the demands of high-performance automotive applications.

  • Publication Date: 05/31/2018
  • Author: Chris Bueb

We used to build data lakes. Now we fill data oceans.

  • Publication Date: 06/29/2018
  • Author: Greg Kincade

Cloud computing may no longer be the newest thing in IT, but it may now be the most important thing.

  • Publication Date: 06/29/2018
  • Author: Andrew Braverman

Data managers often presume that certain storage devices fit best into certain workloads – but today’s high-performance SSDs and memory have created a new world.

  • Publication Date: 06/04/2018
  • Author: Greg Kincade

WekaIO and Micron Technology share some of the exciting performance results from combining massively scalable file storage from WekaIO and Micron NVMe SSDs.

  • Publication Date: 06/13/2018
  • Author: Greg Kincade

Red Hat set me up with the beta version of Red Hat Ceph Storage 3.0, so I ran a performance test using our new high-performance NVMe drive, the Micron 9200 MAX (6.4TB).

  • Publication Date: 01/11/2018
  • Author: Ryan Meredith