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Best Practices for Protecting Flash-Based Arrays

Best Practices for Protecting Flash-Based Arrays At the array level, a hybrid flash array or an all-flash array has the capacity to support many, many workloads on a limited number of flash drives. That's great in a way. The flash drives have enough performance to support all those workloads, array sprawl is reduced, power and cooling costs are minimized, and the IT administrator has room in the racks for more equipment
Best Practices for Protecting Flash-Based Arrays