The latest generation of all-flash array storage is delivering the high performance and low latency required to support petabyte-scale big data analytics workloads. Big data analytics requires powerful, high-performing computing systems that deliver high throughput with low latency, while processing massive volumes of data.
To meet these requirements, data scientists are turning to all-flash storage designed to target analytics workloads. All-flash arrays (AFAs) are a logical choice for high-performance applications. AFA storage outperforms traditional HDDs, providing more reliable and efficient storage. And with the cost of flash technologies dropping, the shift to all-flash for analytics workloads was inevitable. The challenge of big data analytics Data volumes are growing at alarming rates, and organizations are struggling to keep up.
Author: Robert Sheldon