Principled Technologies Finds That Companies Can Improve Virtual Environment Performance with Intel SSD DC P3600 Series NVMe SSDs on Dell EMC PowerEdge R630 Servers

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Principled Technologies releases report: In hands-on PT testing, a Dell EMC PowerEdge R630 server with Intel NVMe SSDs improved storage performance and supported more virtual machines than the configuration of the same server using SATA SSDs.

Boost virtualization performance with storage improvements

Boost virtualization performance with storage improvements

By selecting faster storage for their virtual infrastructures, organizations can help improve user experience and productivity.

By selecting faster storage for their virtual infrastructures, organizations can help improve user experience and productivity. Principled Technologies (PT) used the VMware VMmark benchmark to test the virtualization performance of two Dell EMC PowerEdge R630 servers running VMware Virtual SAN with two drive configurations: one with Intel SATA SSDs and one with new Intel SSD DC P3600 Series NVMe SSDs.

“As our hands-on tests with a Dell EMC PowerEdge R630 environment running VMware Virtual SAN proved, Intel SSD DC P3600 Series NVMe SSDs could increase virtualized mixed-workload performance by as much as 59.9 percent compared to SATA SSDs while allowing you to run a large additional number of VMs,” stated the test report.

To learn about more advantages of upgrading to Intel SSD DC P3600 Series NVMe SSDs on the Dell EMC PowerEdge R630 platform, read the full report at http://facts.pt/ZPt9ze.

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