Making the move to IBM All-Flash Arrays enables true data agility – the automated, policy-driven reallocation of data to and from the proper storage medium, without a lot of human intervention or time-consuming, expensive steps.
With data agility, you can achieve greater storage efficiencies, and lower both Capex and Opex to gain greater value from your data.
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Data storage plays a crucial role in the performance, reliability, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness of your IT infrastructure.
The value of IBM Flash Storage skyrockets as your IT infrastructure becomes increasingly essential to basic business operations by significantly improving online customer experiences, decision-making, fraud protection and data security, and more.
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Select IBM Flash Storage can extend its virtualization functionality to all existing storage. You can non-disruptively move virtualized storage volumes between external and internal storage capacity.
This enables very agile integration into existing storage environments, with seamless data migration between IBM Flash Storage and legacy storage systems.
Discover how you can leverage IBM All-Flash Storage arrays to increase data security and improve data economics.
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IBM Flash Storage Solutions significantly accelerate application performance and reduce storage response time, allowing your users to instantly access massive volumes of business-critical data.
These offerings also accelerate applications' ability to ingest and query massive amounts of data, resulting in greatly reduced response times for threat detection, identification, and remediation.
See why SparkCognition endorses IBM All-Flash Storage Arrays along with IBM POWER8 servers as an ideal platform for cognitive computing and their SparkSecure application.
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IBM Flash technology includes IBM Real-Time Compression, which reduces the amount of space needed to store the same amount of data by up to five times, enabling 10 terabytes of storage to do the work of 50. Operational expenses like power and maintenance are also significantly reduced.
Discover why we have reached the "tipping point" where flash storage systems are now cheaper than high-performance disk systems.
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