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  1. PernixData FVP 1.0 Has Arrived At GA
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    […] PernixData FVP 1.0 Has Arrived At GA […]

  2. Ryan
    Ryan at |

    Chris,

    How would this differ from something like a Flex-Cache utilized by NetApp filers?

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    1. Andy Daniel
      Andy Daniel at |

      Ryan, someone from NetApp may be able to respond more appropriately regarding FlexCache, but from my knowledge, FlexCache caches data for reads across multiple FAS systems. FVP, on the contrary, utilizes flash inside of host servers where it can be accessed with the least latency. Utilizing flash in this manner across clustered host servers, allows FVP to accelerate reads and writes and scale performance linearly as additional hosts are added to the cluster. Please feel free to reach out to me directly if you have any additional questions. Thanks for you interest! @vNephologist

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  3. Real World Results with PernixData FVP | PernixData Blog

    […] Chris has reviewed PernixData FVP on his site.  The review is available here. […]

  4. Three Example Home Lab Storage Designs using SSDs and Spinning Disk

    […] into your vSphere hosts and taking advantage of server-side caching with vSphere Flash Read Cache, PernixData FVP, or SanDisk FlashSoft for […]

  5. Storage roundup with PernixData, Arista Networks and Tarmin | Big Tin

    […] seems like a pretty good idea, and there’s some real-world testing info here. […]

  6. The New Haswell Fueled ESXi 5.5 Home Lab Build

    […] local disk, make sure to budget in for some hard drives and SSDs. Also, if you want to play with PernixData FVP or VMware’s vFlash Read Cache (vFRC), you’ll need at least one […]

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