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Flash Storage Performance Testing with Load DynamiX
It’s a brave, new frontier when it comes to testing All Flash Arrays (AFAs). Despite flash storage’s numerous advantages, it’s still a challenge to effectively assess the potential AFA performance benefits for your own environment. And when it comes to finding an easy, insightful solution for such challenges, it’s practically a wasteland.
But we can help!
Load DynamiX offers a comprehensive storage performance testing solution – the only vendor-neutral testing product in the market today!
- Date: Thursday, June 25, 2015
- Time: 11 am Pacific
- Duration: 1 hour
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Attend this webinar to learn the following:
- How to select the best performance testing methodology
- Best practices for assessing the performance of AFAs
- Proven strategies to help you avoid over-spending on AFAs
Questions that will be answered during this 60 minute event include:
- How do I select the best vendor or product?
- Can I improve application performance with flash? If so, by how much?
- Which of my workloads will run best on AFAs?
- How will storage behave when it reaches its performance limits?
- For which workloads should I use an AFA or a hybrid flash array (HFA)?
Attend this webinar to learn how to validate the performance of flash storage arrays in order to optimize costs and avoid performance surprises.
Jim Bahn, Sr. Director
Jim Bahn brings more than 30 years of marketing, engineering, and field experience at Load DynamiX, NetApp, Virtual Instruments, Hitachi Data Systems, and HP. Jim has spoken on storage management and monitoring technology at conferences around the world.
Principal Systems Engineer
Peter Murray is an expert with more than 25 years of experience in testing, implementing and maintaining fast and highly-available storage and network infrastructure. Prior to joining Load DynamiX, Peter worked with leading vendors including F5 Networks and Spirent Communications, and was extensively involved with stateful device and network testing products and engagements.