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System Engineer at a software R&D company with 501-1,000 employees
Feb 17 2016

What do you think of Fusion-io?

Originally posted at http://www.v-strange.de/index.... Recently I got the chance to gather some experience with Fusion-IO cards. One of our customers decided to add AutoTiering support to their DataCore environment and as he has HP hardware in place, he decided to buy some I/O Accelerator cards from HP. These cards are nothing else than Fusion-IO cards labeld with a HP sign. So he bought four 1.2TB ioDriveDuo Gen1, two for each server. Mirroring one card to the other via DataCOre's MirrorDisk feature adds some pretty level of hardware redundancy. So we installed the two cards in each server and booted them up. The cards were detected as "mass storage controller" with a yellow warning sign as we haven't installed the appropriate drivers from Fusion-IO. This is where the real fun…

What is Fusion-io?

The Fusion ioMemory platform uses flash memory technology to accelerate enterprise applications such as databases, virtualization, cloud computing, big data by integrating hardware and software to overcome the limitations of legacy architectures and specialized hardware.
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