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SanDisk’s flash solutions support common data center applications such as transaction processing, analytics, and virtualization with broad applicability across multiple industries. These applications are widely used by enterprises around the world, supporting many business units with workloads that span the entire organization.
Performance-sensitive application workloads benefit from faster data transfers to and from processors. That’s why flash memory—which feeds data faster to processors—will play an increasingly important role in enterprise computing.
Datasets must be analyzed to find patterns in the data —and to turn these insights into actionable data for financial services, retail, manufacturing, logistics/distribution, healthcare, and other industries. Rapid data processing is essential for supporting analytics workloads, including Hadoop and NoSQL, as well as for timely analysis of in-memory databases.
Organizations use these technologies to perform real-time analytics for fraud detection, security surveillance, and for tailoring online product sales for individual customers. SanDisk SSDs allow analytics workloads to run faster, reducing the time- to-results for business users.
SanDisk Big Data solutions deliver predictable and consistently high performance across the entire database, resulting in a more efficient overall system that can require fewer nodes, less DRAM, and use less energy for power and cooling.
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This white paper shows the benefits of using SanDisk SSDs in conjunction with an Apache HBase deployment, using the “Yahoo! Cloud Serving Benchmark” (YCSB) – with update-heavy and read-heavy workloads.
This paper shows how the combination of SanDisk flash storage and Torusware Speedus are able to significantly increase the performance of Apache ActiveMQ™ - the leading open-source messaging library. The traditional bottleneck in this environment, usually storage I/O overhead, is greatly reduced along with an increase in scalability of the messaging middleware.
This white paper shows the benefits of performance gains, low latency, high throughput and scalability for Cloud and Hyperscale data center customers by using SanDisk SSDs vs. HDDs for the Cassandra NoSQL database environment.
Maximize cost savings with server consolidation and lower cost per transaction.
This paper shows how SanDisk SSDs significantly improve the performance of the MongoDB NoSQL database workload – particularly when the dataset size exceeds the memory capacity of the server. Test results using the Yahoo! Cloud Serving Benchmark (YCSB) will compellingly demonstrate the advantages of using SanDisk SSDs in open-source NoSQL database environments.
Flash technology accelerates the performance of servers running MongoDB databases.
In a recent benchmark, flash achieved results that were 32% faster with 15% lower cost
SanDisk® investigated how the performance of Hadoop applications could be accelerated by taking advantage of solid state drives (SSDs) in Hadoop clusters. Warranty Period: 5 years
SanDisk conducted the AMPLab Big Data benchmark with Hive on different Hadoop cluster configurations.
These transaction processing workloads support financial applications, sales, order-entry, and other transaction-generating workloads that generate massive amounts of data. They support the daily interactions that fuel all business and commerce. SanDisk SSDs accelerate data transfer to servers and storage arrays, making transaction processing applications more productive and efficient.
Buffer Pool Extension (BPE) - a new feature introduced in Microsoft SQL Server 2014 – effectively extends SQL Server’s usable memory from physical memory onto solid state disk drives (SSDs). This provides very cost-effective, increased performance - allowing customers to scale-up their databases as demand grows. This document outlines the usage of BPE, describing best practices for use with SanDisk SSDs, along with the testing models used to characterize the performance gains possible.
This paper summarizes the advantages of using SanDisk SSDs with Oracle’s NoSQL database in environments where performance is critical while dealing with vast amounts of data. Comparisons are made on a single server node using SanDisk’s CloudSpeed™ SATA SSDs compared with HDDs when running the standard Yahoo! Cloud Serving Benchmark (YCSB).
Utilizing the Oracle HCTS component certification process, SanDisk can now offer Oracle SPARC server and Solaris 11 customers the compatibility, performance, and cost benefits of our Lightning SSDs.
Optimize the use of flash storage for Oracle databases and the advantages of using SanDisk Optimus SAS SSDs for data warehouse deployments.
OLTP Applications Workloads avoid becoming I/O bound with SanDisk® Optimus SAS SSDs.
Data centers using flash storage for faster database performance are seeing benefits extended to database backup for business-critical applications.
Virtualization has transformed the infrastructure landscape, improving resource utilization because more workloads can run more efficiently on server and storage platforms. Virtualization technology is extending to all corners of the data center, leading to efficiently managed resources for servers, storage, and networking.
Virtualization is a stepping-stone to cloud computing. In virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) workloads, where servers support hundreds or thousands of end-user client sessions, flash SSDs offset the impact of boot storms as many end users log on simultaneously. Due to their speed and data density—supporting many VMs per physical server—SanDisk SSDs allow virtualized resources to be deployed efficiently, reducing operational expenditure.
SanDisk solutions for server virtualization and virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) make it possible for organizations to fully realize virtualization’s consolidation potential.
This white paper, co-authored by VMware and SanDisk, examines the current storage problems VMware Virtual SAN addresses – storage silo inefficiencies, limited storage silo elasticity, storage silo complexity, and escalating storage silo costs – and how to avoid these problems.
Learn how SanDisk’s portfolio of PCIe, SAS and SATA SSD provides customers with choices to optimize their VMware Virtual SAN clusters for performance, cost-efficiency and scalability. Presented by Madhu Matta, vice president of SanDisk’s Global Technology Enablement Business.
Virtual SAN™ (vSAN) is a storage solution from VMware® that is fully integrated with the vSphere® virtualization platform. It automatically aggregates server disks in a cluster to create a shared storage pool—among the vSphere nodes in that cluster—that can be rapidly provisioned from VMware vCenter Server™.
This Reference Architecture document demonstrates how SanDisk SSDs help achieve successful VDI deployment in VMware VSAN.
SanDisk documents its advances in flash storage performance when used in a virtualized environment with VMware "Swap-to-Host Cache" enablement.
The lab validation report highlights how VDI administrators may leverage SanDisk flash storage products to satisfy the unique read-intensive storage I/O requirements of VDI boot storms relative to traditional HDDs.
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