August 2017 archive

Cache – The Datrium DVX Worst Case is Someone Else’s Best Case

A couple of times I have been asked about caching performance with Datrium DVX. It’s intuitive for people without an understanding of the technology to think that DVX performance is contingent entirely on the host cache and if nodes go down the caches would have to be rewarmed, or a full cache integrity checks would …

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Datrium 3.0 – Surviving all Host SSD failures!

Howdy, I recently wrote about the new Datrium 3.0 release with blogs here and here, including the support for Red Hat Virtualization and mind-boggling performance numbers. However, during my writing, I forgot to include a new and critical feature that adds enhanced resiliency to the platform and protect the applications even is the last local flash device …

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My Presentation on Real-World MSSQL Server Performance Benchmark

Howdy! It’s been an exciting week at Datrium with the release of our new payload (here) that delivers incredible performance numbers for virtualized and bare-metal applications. Yesterday I also gave a presentation on Real-World MS SQL Server Performance Benchmark running on Datrium DVX – my bit start at 27:25s. Enjoy!     Download the tech …

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