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More Simplicity and Affordable Performance for Data Analytics Applications

September 8, 2016

The synergies of social, mobile, analytics, and cloud technologies are unlocking new value in big data for enterprise and midsize businesses. This third platform of IT has strong projected growth (7x) through 2020, and the combinations of these technologies are transforming industries by providing faster time to insight, turbocharging digital commerce, and enabling intelligent infrastructure. […]

Maximize Performance & Control Costs with NetApp Solutions for MongoDB

June 2, 2016

By Mike McNamara, Sr. Manager, Product Marketing, NetApp   MongoDB is an open-source, NoSQL database used by companies of all sizes, across all industries and for a wide variety of applications, including business-critical operational applications for which low latency, high throughput, and continuous availability are critical requirements.   Deploying MongoDB on NetApp E-Series for consistent […]

EF560 All-Flash Array is No. 1 in SPC-2 Price/Performance &…

May 1, 2016

The NetApp EF560 all-flash array has demonstrated improvements in storage performance to offer the absolute and consistent latency, IOPs, and bandwidth for enterprise database and third-platform analytics applications. Based on new Storage Performance Council SPC-2 and SPC-1 results, the all-flash EF560 achieved the No. 1 ranking for SPC-2 bandwidth performance, and the No. 6 ranking […]

The NetApp EF560 All-Flash Array Enhances Multi-core Performance

January 28, 2015

Data storage arrays have taken on increasingly sophisticated payloads, adding processes such as intelligent caching, self-healing, continuous operation, and of course, the increasing high IO demands of today’s SSD devices. This means that storage array controllers must depend heavily on the processing power provided by CPU manufacturers.   To relieve the pressure that these complex […]