Businesses looking to boost the performance of their NAS environments typically look at a variety of potential upgrades to solve their problem, including adding more hard disk drives (HDDs), short-stroking HDDs, installing Flash PCI cards or solid state drives (SSDs), or upgrading to higher performance and much more expensive NAS controllers. However, these solutions can increase costs unnecessarily, offer minimal performance increases, and are short-term solutions that cannot scale to keep pace with a company’s need to serve new clients and applications. This paper, by Avere Systems, examines the top five issues to consider before spending scarce capital resources on new NAS upgrades.
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