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All-Flash Arrays – Call For Information (Updated)

All-Flash Arrays – Call For Information (Updated)

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It’s just over 12 months since I posted this spreadsheet on all-flash array comparisons, based on previous work from Calvin Zito and Vaughn Stewart.  I posted an update here but this is now woefully out of date and so I’m rewriting the comparison matrix and hope to have a new version online in February.  I’ve started contacting vendors but I’m a little short on marketing contacts.  Here’s the status so far:

  • IBM – not contacted yet – marketing contact name required
  • NetApp – not contacted yet – marketing contact name required
  • Skyera – not contacted yet
  • Pure Storage – contacted
  • HP – contacted
  • SolidFire – contacted
  • Kaminario – contacted
  • Violin Memory – contacted
  • Tegile – contacted
  • Dell – contacted
  • EMC – contacted
  • Hitachi Data Systems – contacted
  • Nimbus Data Systems – contacted

I’m not being as pedantic on the description of all-flash as some analysts are.  If you have a product and it can be sold in an all-flash model, then you’re in.  If you represent a company not on the list, drop me a note to get added.

I realise there will be some vendors who chose not to take part (because not everyone believes in comparison matrices), in which case I will take data from public sources of information, which may mean gaps in data.

If you are in marketing for the above companies in red, please get in touch via the blog or on twitter (@chrismevans)

 

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About Chris M Evans

Chris M Evans has worked in the technology industry since 1987, starting as a systems programmer on the IBM mainframe platform, while retaining an interest in storage. After working abroad, he co-founded an Internet-based music distribution company during the .com era, returning to consultancy in the new millennium. In 2009 Chris co-founded Langton Blue Ltd (www.langtonblue.com), a boutique consultancy firm focused on delivering business benefit through efficient technology deployments. Chris writes a popular blog at http://blog.architecting.it, attends many conferences and invitation-only events and can be found providing regular industry contributions through Twitter (@chrismevans) and other social media outlets.
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