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Balancing Performance, Capacity and Economics with Flash

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At a time of exponential growth of data in the enterprise, IT is facing a critical challenge to increase the performance and responsiveness of their data storage and management. Flash changes the way ...

At a time of exponential growth of data in the enterprise, IT is facing a critical challenge to increase the performance and responsiveness of their data storage and management. Flash changes the way that data performance is delivered. Learn how implementing the right type of flash delivers true business impact.

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  • Balancing Performance, Capacity and Economics with Flash At a time of exponential growth of data in the enterprise, IT is facing a critical challenge to increase the performance and responsiveness of their data storage and management. Flash changes the way that data performance is delivered. Learn how implementing the right type of flash delivers true business impact. Data Growth and the Accompanying Challenges 40% 20% 40% of organizations identify rapid growth and management of unstructured data as a challenge.1 Organizations cited annual storage capacity growth rates up to 20%.2 Rapid growth Capacity growth Top IT priorities are managing data growth, enhancing performance and lowering costs through improved efficiency. 3 Businesses Need Increased Performance and Capacity to Tackle Data Deluge 70% Improved 90% Improved More than 70% of IT and storage professionals indicated that improved performance and reducing latency as the two top reasons for implementing flash.4 Flash storage improves response times by up to 90%.5 How Flash Delivers Business Value Better IOPS Density Lower Business Risk Low Latencies Enables Business to Go Faster Lower Power and Cooling Req. Lower Cost Choose the Right Flash for Your IT Requirements Server Flash Cache storage that provides the fastest access with the lowest capacity. All-Flash Array Expected to grow to $1.6 billion by 2016, this persistent storage provides submillisecond access with larger capacity.6 50K 25K 0K 15 Minutes less +26k Employees Global Oil Corporation reduced time to run geological models from 20 minutes to less than 5 minutes. A 90-year-old Global Sales and Marketing Agency for consumer packaged goods realized the performance benefits of all-flash arrays as it grew from 14K to 40K global employees, meeting the company’s demanding and diverse workload. Hybrid Array Traditional Storage with Flash Intelligent caching solution that provides submillisecond access for cached data and leverages HHD for capacity. Persistent storage with scalable, costeffective capacity 14k Transactions 25% Primarily Using Hybrid Arrays Solid State Users 50% Using Hybrid Arrays Nearly ½ of current solid-state users are leveraging hybrid arrays this year and ¼ of these organizations consider it to be their primary implementation type.7 per second 15k Application moves per month Global Beauty Products Leader can now process 14,000 transactions per second and 15,000 application moves per month, with no human intervention. There is no “one-size-fits-all” approach to Flash. Enterprises need to adopt an approach that offers support on all levels of the stack with the right mix of performance, capacity and economics to accelerate business. 1. ESG, 2012 Storage Market Survey 2. ESG, 2012 Storage Market Survey 3. IDC, The Adoption of and Leading Use Cases for Solid State Storage by Enterprise Customers Sept. 2013 4. NetApp Flash Storage for Dummies 5. IDC, The Adoption of and Leading Use Cases for Solid State Storage by Enterprise Customers Sept. 2013 6. IDC, The Adoption of and Leading Use Cases for Solid State Storage by Enterprise Customers Sept. 2013 7. ESG, 2012 Storage Market Survey © 2013 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved. No portions of this document may be reproduced without prior written consent of NetApp, Inc. Specifications are subject to change without notice. NetApp, the NetApp logo, Go further, faster are trademarks or registered trademarks of NetApp, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries.