Pure FlashArray//X NVMe Pros and Cons

Pure FlashArray//X NVMe Pros

Sean Donaldson
CTO at Secure-24
It's incredibly easy to use and greatly simplified our ability to both deploy and manage our storage subsystems.
It's helped us because we've changed fundamentally what we talk about. We don't talk about storage and different tiers of storage anymore nor do we talk about servers. We talk now about applications and how applications impact the business and end users.
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Ray Smith
Database Manager at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
We're able to get higher-density workloads on the same infrastructure, and we have a smaller physical footprint. The performance is excellent – during our test the bottlenecks are never on the X array, it just keeps picking up the pace to match what you need. The real-time visibility is a differentiator in my opinion.
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Pure FlashArray//X NVMe Cons

Sean Donaldson
CTO at Secure-24
I want to see Pure Storage not only be for fast storage, but I want to see it be for the entire data center.
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Ray Smith
Database Manager at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
We've seen that when we create a POD in synchronous mode, it increases the latency.
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