Twelve Storage Companies to Watch in 2017
Many in IT once thumbed their noses at solid-state drives because of exorbitant costs and long-term wear issues. Even the growing I/O performance demands of their SQL Server systems weren't enough to lure IT teams away from tried-and-true hard disk drives.
But dropping prices and SSD improvements are leading some past naysayers to take a second look at solid-state options for storing SQL Server data—and addressing the performance woes that plague a variety of data-driven apps built on top of SQL Server.
Access this e-guide to clue into exactly why SSD is emerging as a solid storage choice for SQL Server. Our experts highlight how SSD’s embedded controller ensures the integrity of the data stored in the drive, and address your concerns centered on drive reliability and longevity.