NVMe in the Data Centre 3.1 – White Paper Report



NVM Express or NVMe is the next evolution in storage connectivity and protocol to be adopted by the enterprise.  NVMe offers greater performance for local drives, storage systems and devices connected across a storage network.  Compared to legacy protocols like SAS and SATA, NVMe will change the way storage products are developed and implemented.  End users need to understand how NVMe will bring about fundamental changes in the storage architectures we use today.  NVMe in the Data Centre 3.1 provides background information on how NVMe evolved, how NVMe devices differ from traditional storage and how NVMe over Fabrics will become the dominant storage protocol for the enterprise and hyper-scale public cloud.

The vendor reviews within the paper go into detail on how enterprise storage solution providers are bringing products and solutions to market using NVMe.  Vendor products are described in detail, with a brief analysis on the strengths and weaknesses of each solution.

Who Should Buy This Report

This report is focused at IT professionals, CTOs and CIOs looking to understand the ramifications of NVMe as it becomes adopted in the data centre.  The report will help formulate decision making and strategy on products within the enterprise data centre.

Table of Contents

  1. Background
  2. NVMe Overview
  3. NVMe Deep Dive
  4. Vendor Solutions

Vendors Included in This Report

Apeiron Data, Burlywood, Dell EMC, E8 Storage, Excelero, EXTEN Technologies, IBM, Lightbits Labs, NetApp, NGD Systems, Pavilion Data, Pure Storage Inc, Toshiba, Vexata, WekaIO, Xilinx, Western Digital.

  • Pages: 30
  • Words: 13.074
  • Format: PDF
  • Publication Date: September 2019
  • Current Version: 3.1