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le system for the more strategic saves. "We re looking at how we can include ash as a storage hierarchy between the parallel le system and compute nodes," Leininger said. Jim Damoulakis, chief technology of cer at storage con- sulting rm GlassHouse Technologies, said such special- purpose applications and VDI are key areas where adding solid-state storage can have a signi cant impact. Software can also contribute to storage optimization. Last year, the U.S. Army Medical Information Technol- ogy Center awarded an $8.7 million contract for VDI that includes Atlantis Computing s ILIO storage optimization software. Some deployments depend on a mix of software and ash-based optimization. The New York Army National Guard, for example, derives some of its storage optimiza- tion gains from VMware View, Caporale said. The software lets organizations provide desktops from a central data center and includes a storage acceleration component. The fundamentals Flash tools are faster than hard drives because they handle storage chores electronically, while their traditional coun- terparts rely on moving parts --- speci cally a spindle motor that rotates disks and a mechanical arm that reads and writes the data. Flash s lack of moving parts delivers another bene t: lower energy consumption. However, ash drives typically offer less storage capacity than an electromechanical hard drive. For that reason and others, such as cost (see below), organizations tend to use a combination of ash and conventional storage technology. In the enterprise world, organizations typically use ash storage on servers, as part of a traditional storage array or Do you use solid-state technology in servers or external storage systems? 40 30 20 10 0 Yes No, but plan to deploy within 12 months No, but currently evaluating No, but interested No plans or interest at this time Not familiar with the technology 24% 37% 33% 15% 19% 17% 23% 16% 19% 21% 17% 18% 15% 10% 12% 1%1%1% Midmarket (100 to 999 employees) Enterprise (1,000 or more employees) Total Source: Enterprise Strategy Group, 2013 May 15, 2013 FCW.COM 27
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