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Dell Fluid Cache for SAN is an end-to-end application acceleration solution that attackes latency by moving data as close to compute as possible. This infographic demonstrates just how powerful this ...

Dell Fluid Cache for SAN is an end-to-end application acceleration solution that attackes latency by moving data as close to compute as possible. This infographic demonstrates just how powerful this tool can be for your organization. Learn more: http://dell.com/fluidcache

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  • 1. Even if you’ve dedicated your most powerful servers to IOPS-hungry applications—like online transactions and virtual desktop infrastructures—you may be able to do more to deliver a better customer experience. Latency between servers and storage can slow down profits when microsecond-level latency counts. Fluid Cache for SAN is an end-to-end application acceleration solution that attacks latency by moving data as close to compute as possible. Here’s what having that kind of horsepower under the hood could mean for your toughest workloads. Lower latency Better customer experience Learn how the speed, scale and stability of Fluid Cache for SAN can help you drive a better customer experience. Visit dell.com/fluidcache › 1 eMarketer, Jan. 2014, "Global B2C Ecommerce Sales to Hit $1.5 Trillion This Year Driven by Growth in Emerging Markets." 2 Based on a Dell lab test of an 8-node cluster architecture of an OLTP Oracle workload simulation on a Dell hardware stack with Dell Fluid Cache for SAN vs. the same environment without Dell Fluid Cache for SAN. 3 Based on a Dell lab test of a 3-node OLTP cluster running Microsoft® SQL Server® database on VMware® software without Dell Fluid Cache for SAN resulting in an average response time (ART) of 143 milliseconds, 3,435 Transactions Per Second (TPS), and 2,700 Concurrent Users. A Dell lab test of the same 3-node OLTP cluster running Microsoft® SQL Server® database on VMware® software WITH Dell Fluid Cache for SAN resulted in an ART of 20 milliseconds, 8,893 TPS, and 6,900 concurrent users. 4 A 2013 Dell lab test of Dell Fluid Cache for SAN achieved over 5 million IOPS using a random read workload with a 4 KB sized block with a hardware stack consisting of: eight Dell PowerEdge R720 servers each containing two Dell Express Flash 350 GB PCIe SSDs, one Mellanox ConnectX® -3 40GE RoCE card, and Fluid Cache software; all connected to Dell Networking and Dell Compellent storage solutions. Actual performance will vary based on configuration, usage and manufacturing variability. 5 The New York Times, "For Impatient Web Users, an Eye Blink Is Just Too Long to Wait." 6 ZenDesk, "The impact of customer service on customer lifetime value." 7 Based on a Dell lab test of a 3-node OLTP cluster running Microsoft® SQL Server® database on VMware® software with Dell Fluid Cache for SAN vs. the same configuration without Dell Fluid Cache for SAN, where the configuration with Dell Fluid Cache for SAN resulted in 6,900 concurrent users at one second and costs $252,063 USD, or $36.53 USD per user, at the one-second measurement, and the configuration without Dell Fluid Cache for SAN resulted in 2,700 concurrent users at one second and costs $225,965 USD, or $83.69 USD per user, at the one-second measurement. List prices dated March 2014. 56% per SQL Server user7 lower cost Faster response times 3.9x transactions per second2 OLTP on Oracle database 6.4x Concurrent users OLTP on Oracle database2 2.5xSQL Server3 can cause users to move on5 Sites slower than the competition by ms250 86% SQL Server3 reduction 99% OLTP on Oracle database2 reduction Up to Up to Up to Up to Up to Up to Up to Scale to support more users– a single bad interaction can lead up to to stop buying6 of customers Average response time Accelerate applications your 66% 5M+random read IOPS4 $1.5trillion in anticipated ecommerce transactions for 20141 your critical applications need to handle your share of the Get the speed more 2.5xSQL Server transactions more per second3