Durham, NC, May 16, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- For demanding, write-intensive storage environments, sluggish throughput and slow transaction processing can impact a company’s bottom line. As businesses consider NAND flash NVMe SSDs, they may want to know how this established storage technology compares to new Intel Optane NVMe SSDs. Setting up a four-node VMware vSAN cluster with HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen10 servers and NAND flash NVMe SSDs, Principled Technologies assessed storage performance using the Silly Little Oracle Benchmark (SLOB) tool. PT then replaced eight of the NAND flash NVMe SSDs in the vSAN caching layer with eight Intel Optane drives and captured performance data using the same workload.
According to the report, “HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen10 servers with Intel Optane SSDs and Intel Xeon Scalable processors boosted IOPS by 35 percent and delivered 34 percent more throughput than the same server solution configured only with NAND flash NVMe SSDs. The ability to transfer more data and process more IOPS could help you serve more customers and provide a better user experience. With Intel Optane SSDs and HPE ProLiant DL380 servers, your business could continue to operate at the cutting edge.”
To learn more about how Intel Optane SSDs and HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen10 servers could help businesses running write-intensive workloads, read the report: http://facts.pt/qtaj3ob
or the infographic at http://facts.pt/8b79utx