Why use compression and de-duplication to squeeze data into overpriced All Flash Arrays when you can have native data format arrays for less?
FlashDisk AFA always delivers “honest capacity” without the variability that compression and de-duplication inevitably produces.
Key Question: Compression and de-duplication theoretically gets you a multiple of the native storage capacity. So why does it actually cost more per effective gigabyte?
If getting your money’s worth from an All Flash Array and keeping it simple is important to you, then FlashDisk AFA is the answer.