Cloud Expo | Understanding Workloads: All Data Is Not Created Equal
HGST’s Clint Ludeman to discuss selecting the right storage design with the right specifications for the right workload
By: Liz McMillan
Nov. 1, 2013 08:45 AM
Cloud data centers must support a full spectrum of workloads from the highest performance and lowest latency (hot) to bulk storage and archive (cool and cold) low workload applications. Balancing the right mix of storage helps data centers manage explosive petabyte growth, while efficiently managing performance, power consumption, cooling and storage space to help reduce total cost of ownership (TCO). Depending on the storage tier - hot, warm, cool or cold - each workload requires different SSDs or HDDs for meeting performance, capacity, availability, physical space and economics.
In his session at the 13th International Cloud Expo®, Clint Ludeman, a Technical Product Line Manager at HGST, to discuss the key to selecting the right storage design with the right specifications for the right workload.
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