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September 09, 2014


Martin Glassborow

You've missed the most obvious candidate for SBS; HP's SL4500s; once the Gen 9 variant appears, it becomes a very interesting host for extreme scale-out. It does amuse me that the most obvious host for ScaleIO is an HP server. Okay, it's not performance but the SL4500 has some very interesting configurations.
I really think that the sun is setting on the array; it'll never quite set but it'll never keep us warm again


good article, it was great to be close to the server

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Chuck Hollis

  • Chuck Hollis
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