When working with clients, we tend to hear a lot of misconceptions around flash and virtualization. One common misconception is than having an All-Flash Array (AFA) is a requirement when architecting a virtual infrastructure.
AFAs certainly have many benefits, such as more consistent performance, higher VM Density, and enhanced deduplication results. But all-flash arrays are expensive and the technology is still relatively new. So is going all-flash really a necessity when designing a high-performing virtual environment?
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