Why to Disaggregate and Share Assets Across NVMe Over Fabric

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The challenge of implementing complex RAID levels such as 5 and 6 while maintaining high performance on NVMe drives is usually parity calculations. Hardware RAID parity calculations use a hardware engine within the ASIC, while software RAID can only use the CPU's instruction set, whose performance is often limited.

Read on to learn:

  • NVMe performance while increasing scalability, improving flexibility, and lowering TCO 
  • Enable any-to-any mapping of Object Storage Targets to Object Storage Servers
  • Improved performance, flexibility, and cost savings compared to software RAID
  • Making data protection performant requiring no significant changes to the environment