How to Meet the Data Protection Challenges of the All-Flash Data Center

Moving to all-flash data centers requires a greater focus on resiliency in data center storage solutions. A transformation is underway in data centers around the globe as organizations transition from legacy storage solutions to all-flash storage arrays. However, companies must be mindful that putting more storage capacity in a smaller space increases the need for high-resiliency in their storage solutions.

To be sure, all-flash provides significant benefits in the data center, starting with a lower cost per input/output per second (IOPS) as compared to traditional disk-based storage systems.

Flash also offers the opportunity for storage consolidation because of its greater capacity, scalability, and predictably high performance.In this paper you’ll learn about:

  • The business drivers for all-flash storage adoption
  • How HPE and Veeam enable companies to bring enterprise-level resiliency to customers with all-flash data centers
  • How London’s Gatwick Airport and the PGA Superstore used HPE and Veeam to design in resiliency and redundancy to its critical business operations

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