The true impact on total cost of ownership with a Software-Defined Storage solution.
Rapidly increasing storage costs are a big concern. 92% of IT organizations say they’re worried about managing storage expenses as their capacity requirements grow.1 It’s a generally accepted notion that one of the biggest economic benefits of Software-Defined Storage (“SDS”) is its ability to run on inexpensive commodity hardware. At SoftIron, we’d like to challenge this notion, along with a few other myths that need busting when it comes to SDS. In this, part 1 of our 3-part series “The Misconceptions of Software-Defined Storage”, we’re shedding light on the economics of SDS and outline how to implement SDS in such a way that it really does reduce expenses while still giving you an outstanding return on performance, efficiency, and density.
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