This allows you to enjoy the application and workload SLAs of a private cloud

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clouds and across private cloud deployments. This allows you to enjoy the application and workload SLAs of a private cloud and also enjoy the savings public clouds drive for backup and archival data. When it comes down to it, the “cloudification” of storage is all about getting the right storage for the right job, no matter how you’re deploying your cloud environment. This trend continues to be top-of-mind for multicloud and hybrid cloud architectures. Adopting all-flash and NVMe The use of all-flash storage systems is unabated in its growth and will likely see rapid growth again in 2019[2]. All primary storage workloads should sit on flash. Why is that? Because as the price of flash has declined and the value of performance for workloads such as analytics and AI has increased, it no longer makes sense not to do so. With these new workloads on flash delivering new business value, and with new cloud-like on-premises deployment models, you can transform CAPEX and OPEX for your entire cloud and data center storage infrastructure. NVMe will also expand within the storage industry as a high-performance protocol: in storage systems, servers, and storage area network fabrics2. Protocol improvements with NVMe drive consolidation by helping support more applications, workloads, and use cases across your IT infrastructure. Storage Class Memory 3D XPoint and Samsung’s Z-NAND are examples of so-called storage class memory (SCM), which can function either as storage or memory. There has been some controversy as to whether 3D XPoint technology is based on PCM technology. The future looks bright when it comes to storage. While magnetic HDDs and tape still have a place, the overwhelming evidence says that newer flash drives based on NAND and other emerging technologies will promise to keep CPUs flush with big data to process for the foreseeable future.
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