All-flash vs. hybrid arrays: Our experts deconstruct the rivalry
The debate still rages over whether all-flash arrays (AFAs) will make hybrid arrays obsolete. Since the creation of AFAs, developments and improvements in both hybrid arrays and AFAs have proceeded nearly in lock-step. But is there truly a rivalry between these two storage array types?
Where there are instances when either type of array works well—that is where the battle for dominance occurs. In this issue of Storage Handbook, our experts deconstruct this debate, digging into cost, network connectivity, and which arrays are more pertinent for primary storage workloads.