Server Virtualization

Tata Steel Deploys PernixData FVP™ to Iron out Performance Issues with Virtualized Oracle Databases

Provided by PernixData

Category Server Virtualization

Type Case Study

Length 2

Publish Date December 09 2015

Date posted December 10 2015


Initially, Tata Steel looked at an all-flash storage array as a means to solve their database performance issues, but that meant adding more hardware to their infrastructure. In fact, they would require two new arrays—one for their main data center and another for a second location used for Tier 1 replication traffic. Not only was this expensive from a capital outlay standpoint, but it meant more operational expenditures pertaining to deployment, management and monitoring of these devices.

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