Compressing Data for Performance: Pernix’s Latest Release Squeezes Into RAM

(Excerpt from original post on the Taneja Group News Blog)

As machines are available with ever more memory in them, we’ve been seeing that memory put to a lot of good uses lately. Today Pernix Data released FVP 2.5 which updates their big 2.0 release that brought memory into their server-side storage acceleration solution along with the use of flash. Imagine if you could pool server memory across the virtual cluster and use it for a very fast, and protected persistent storage tier. That’s pretty much what Pernix FVP does with their Distributed Fault Tolerant Memory (DFTM) design.

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Pernix Data FVP Now Cache Mashing RAM and Flash

(Excerpt from original post on the Taneja Group News Blog)

Performance acceleration solutions tend to either replace key infrastructure or augment what you have. PernixData FVP for VMware clusters is firmly in the second camp, today with a new release making even better use of total cluster resources to provide IO performance acceleration to “any VM, on any host, with any shared storage”.

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