Flash Storage

Flash technology has transformed storage and given enterprises the ability to extract extraordinary value from complex data sets. Learn more.

Flash Storage

As client requirements evolve to meet new demands and workloads, IBM is uniquely positioned to help transform storage models with agile, simple to use and cost effective solutions. IBM has demonstrated market share leadership in all-flash arrays and software defined storage platforms and continues to expand its offerings and overall business value to clients. IBM FlashSystem™ helps clients make better data driven decisions faster.

IBM FlashSystem Family is driving a shift in enterprise storage

IBM FlashSystem family is changing enterprise storage by giving you time to value, time to insight and time to market. Supported by Flashcore Technology, IBM …

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Video: Ready or not, here it comes! Storage Solutions from Flagship

Business data is growing at alarming rates. Outthink storage with IBM Flash Solutions from Flagship Solution Group enabling:• 50% reduction in ETL process time• 75% improvement in online backup time• Decrease in batch process time from 8 hours to 12 minutes• 47% reduction in restore time• 50% faster online transactions• 87% improvement in response timeView our showcase: http://www.flagshipsg.com/hardware/flashCall for a consultation: 561-208-FYI1 (3941)

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Report: ESG Comparing IBM FlashSystems To Traditional Performance Disk Systems

ESG was engaged by IBM to develop a detailed economic value model and analysis for its all-flash, enterprisegrade FlashSystem solution compared to traditional tier- 1 performance disk arrays, which is the mode of storage this model of the FlashSystem line is intended to compete against; the model and accompanying analysis is intended to help organizations determine the relative costs and benefits of leveraging IBM FlashSystem for a variety of enterprise workloads compared to a likely traditional storage alternative. The economic value model builds upon in-depth interviews with IBM technical stakeholders, relevant product demos, additional ESG market research related to typical enterprise storage system requirements, and ESG’s general familiarity with the myriad of storage solutions available in the market today. The goal of the Economic Value Validation (EVV) analysis is to provide potential customers with a comprehensive picture of the direct and indirect costs and benefits that they should consider when evaluating an investment to meet their storage needs

Flash and donkeys?

IBM Fellow Andy Walls explains flash block optimization with a donkey analogy. Learn more at http://www.ibm.com/systems/storage/flash/

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IBM FlashSystem V9000 – enabling the full value of virtualization

IBM and VMware® have the distinction of being the two original innovators in virtualization technology. Together they have made significant joint investments in IBM FlashSystem® and VMware vCloud Suite in product integrations, interoperability and value-add features. Learn more at: http://www.ibm.com/systems/storage/flash/ecosystem

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IBM FlashSystem V9000 combines all-flash enterprise storage with industry-leading performance

Data storage impacts efficiency across the entire enterprise. IBM FlashSystem V9000 is all-flash enterprise storage that delivers microsecond response times, high scalability and industry-leading data services. Get the most out of your data storage and optimize enterprise performance while doing it.

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White Paper: IBM FlashSystem Accelerates VMware vCloud

Hard data is readily available that demonstrates the benefits of application server virtualization when using solutions such as the new VMware vCloud Suite. One source is especially revealing. IBM Flash Centers of Competency (CoC) offer a presales service called data pattern analysis that digs deep into customer server, network and storage performance metrics. Actual customer results from this service prove that virtualized environments utilize their underlying infrastructure resources much more efficiently, which explains why host-side virtualization has swept through data centers so rapidly. But numerous real-world data pattern analyses also show how VMware environments can place extreme demands on their supporting storage systems. For example, the percentage of active data dramatically increases. And instead of simple, predictable, often sequential data streams, vCloud environments produce much less predictable, much more random I/O patterns. Simply stated, these can be disk killers.