Announcing EMC WORLD 2013 Flash Related Sessions

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This is just a quick blog entry to announce sessions at EMC WORLD offered by speakers from EMC’s Flash Products Division.  The sessions I’m speaking at is the one about accelerating SQL Server and Oracle with EMC XtremSW Cache.

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4 Responses to “Announcing EMC WORLD 2013 Flash Related Sessions”


  1. 1 Hameed, Amir April 27, 2013 at 7:03 am

    Kevin,
    Is there a WP on what the “XtemeSW Cache” product does? If this is going to be unveiled in the event then I will wait until then and then ask you if you could share the presentation.
    Thanks

  2. 3 Waseem Parkar August 12, 2013 at 12:42 pm

    Would the XIO be an OLTP or a DWH system ?
    I wonder cause if you are using Flash it will be fast at updates and reads.
    But what actually would be its target platform.

    Can you compare this to HANA ? and Exalytics or is this something else all together.

    • 4 kevinclosson August 12, 2013 at 5:26 pm

      XtremIO (formerly XIO) is fit for both OLTP and DW. A single brick handily delivers 2.5GB/s and the current systems scale to 4 bricks. If this isn’t enough one can buy 2 4-brick configurations and have ASM stripe between the bricks. That would be a 20GB/s scan machine…and a 2 million 8K IOPS system at the same time.

      XtremIO is an all flash array (AFA). It is a different beast than HANA or Exalytics.


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