Building a large-scale share flash infrastructure

RSI, conceptually, blows server components – CPU, GPU, storage, memory, network – across separate racks, enabling each to be sized and upgraded in full rack boxes, connected by high-capacity/low latency, PCIe links. Layer on top of that virtual server software, so virtual servers can be constructed from pieces of the rack-scale components, and you have a game-changing config that makes enterprise infrastructure competitive with cloud services. [1]

[1] By Robin Harris on ZDNet


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