Planning Your Migration to All-Flash Storage
Advice from real enterprise flash users
All-flash storage has rapidly become the predominant mode of primary storage. For IT professionals, the decision to adopt all-flash storage has moved past the “Should we or shouldn’t we?” stage. Already, all-flash deployments are moving beyond the highest-performance, primary storage use cases.
What’s the best migration from spinning disks to all-flash arrays? When and how should an IT organization consider moving even more workloads onto all-flash arrays?
In this guide, real enterprise users discuss their experiences in moving from traditional storage to all-flash storage and offer best practices for planning and implementing a new all-flash system.
Download this guide for objective advice
You will get a set of best practices drawn on the collective experiences of IT managers. Tips include:
- Building the business case for all-flash storage
- Establishing success criteria
- Comparing alternatives with proof-of-concept testing
Learn more about NetApp’s AFF A-Series All Flash Arrays.
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