Category Archives: ssd

600GB write buffer limit for VSAN?


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I get this question on a regular basis and it has been explained many many times, I figured I would dedicate a blog to it. Now, Cormac has written a very lengthy blog on the topic and I am not going to repeat it, I will simply point you to the math he has provided […]

600GB write buffer limit for VSAN?” originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com. Follow me on twitter – @DuncanYB.

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Startup News Flash part 14


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Part 13 of the Startup News Flash… Hopefully not an unlucky one for the startups featured. Just a short one considering I am in Vietnam and away ‘from work’ for the last 2 weeks. A3Cube is a startup which came out of stealth recently and announced as they call it a ‘brain inspired’ data plane […]

Startup News Flash part 14” originally appeared on Yellow-Bricks.com. Follow me on twitter – @DuncanYB.

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Posted in a3cube, flash, Infinio, news flash, Server, Software Defined, ssd, startup, Storage | Comments