Learn more about the modern data processing and NVMe storage management challenges and a new solution for your clients!
Your client’s data-intensive workloads require increasing amounts of CPU processing and NVMe SSD storage resources. While CPU performance is increasing, it’s not keeping up where accelerated performance is essential. Simply adding more resources to the infrastructure often proves to be cost-prohibitive and hard to manage. As a result, organizations are turning to solutions that free CPUs from computationally intensive storage tasks.
phoenixNAP and Pliops have collaborated to create an infrastructure solution that leverages a new generation of hardware-accelerated data processing and storage management technology that delivers improved performance, reliability, and scalability–without software changes.
phoenixNAP’s API-driven Bare Metal Cloud (BMC) platform now features instances with an integrated Pliops Extreme Data Processor (XDP), enabling organizations to quickly spin up servers optimized for their data-intensive applications.
Our expert William Bell, EVP of Products at phoenixNAP, and Grant Jacobson, Sr. Director, Strategic Alliances, at Pliops, discussed how you could leverage the Pliops-powered BMC instance to dramatically boost your client’s app performance without compromising data protection, availability, or storage capacity.
-Key challenges for efficiently scaling data-intensive application workloads
-How the Pliops-powered instance addresses data-intensive workload needs
-Ways to identify clients who can benefit from using the new instance
-Advantages of delivering Pliops XDP-as-a-service on Bare Metal Cloud
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Publisher: phoenixNAP Global IT Services
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