Even with increasing VM counts and activity on the VMAX 250F, PT found that performance for the production environment on the array remained steady, while average latency was at or below one millisecond.
Durham, NC (PRWEB) April 18, 2017
Companies can create a positive user experience by reducing the chance of critical Oracle Database 12c application performance lag and downtime. Principled Technologies (PT) proved that a Dell EMC VMAX 250F and Dell EMC PowerEdge server solution can support both production and test/dev Oracle Database 12c environments on a single array. Even with increasing VM counts and activity on the VMAX 250F, PT found that performance for the production environment on the array remained steady, while average latency was at or below one millisecond. PT also found that a production workload supported by a pair of VMAX 250F arrays continued to access data with no downtime and no performance drop when the primary storage became unavailable.
According to the report, “when application owners and admins fix bugs, optimize an existing workload, and test patches or updates, applications [backed by the Dell EMC solution] continue to access critical data at the speed of business.” The report also states that “[i]n the unlikely event of a datacenter disaster, users won’t notice because the application will continue to access production data.”
To learn more about the performance and data protection benefits of the Dell EMC VMAX 250F all-flash storage array, read the full report at facts.pt/cF2dMf or the executive summary at facts.pt/9Fy7Q7, see the infographic at facts.pt/A8CVv7, or watch the video at facts.pt/EFY3H4.
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