Non-Volatile Memory Trends: Introduction

By | September 23, 2016 in Learn

Storage technology is a subject that is very close to my heart. I discussed Hard Disk Trends about a year ago and was fascinated by what I learned in my survey. This time, I’d like to share what I am learning about Non-Volatile Memory (NVM).  This is the first in a series of posts on…

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Leading Financial Institution Defers Storage System Upgrade

By | August 22, 2016 in Learn

At PrimaryIO, one of the many things we aspire to do is to help our customers realize the full value of their existing investment in storage systems. With technology often becoming obsolete even before it is introduced, and vendors touting All-Flash arrays as the the panacea for data storage performance problems, resisting the urge to…

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Decoupling storage capacity from performance

By | July 25, 2016 in Learn

ACME Widgets has a storage performance problem ACME Widget’s data center setup (2 EMC arrays – 800 x 24 10K SAS per array – RAID 6 – 600 GB Fast Cache per array) gives them 16K IOPS. But their requirements are rapidly growing and ACME’s sys admin is facing increasing pressure to deliver quality services…

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Does your data center really need an All-Flash array?

By | July 7, 2016 in Learn

Most data centers that use spindle based storage suffer from performance problems. Replacing existing storage technology with All-Flash arrays is an expensive and disruptive proposition. It requires data center’s to sacrifice existing investments in storage technology, acquire new and expensive equipment, and bring existing systems down while existing data is being migrated. Not only is…

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Cormac Hogan, a reputed blogger in the virtualization storage space, recently blogged about our product, PrimaryIO APA.

By | March 11, 2016 in News & Press

Cormac Hogan, a reputed blogger in the virtualization storage space, recently blogged about our product, PrimaryIO APA. He asked several questions to PrimaryIO’s Anurag Agarwal to understand and explain all aspects of how PrimaryIO APA works with VMWare’s VAIO (vSphere API’s for I/O Filters) to accelerate I/O performance of VM’s in a VMWare vSphere environment.…

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