Flash technology has burst on the IT scene within the past few years with a vengeance.
Initially seen simply as a replacement for HDDs, flash now is triggering IT
and business to rethink a lot of practices that have been well established for decades.
One of those is data protection. Do you protect data the same way when it is
sitting on flash as you did when HDDs ruled the day? How do you take into account
that at raw cost/capacity levels, flash is still more expensive than HDDs? Do data
deduplication and compression technologies change how you work with flash? Does the fact that
flash technology is injected most often to alleviate severe application performance issues require you
to rethink how you should protect, manage, and move this data?
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