Data Centre Storage: SSD Versus HDD

SSD and HDD have a lot of chances to be “friends” when it comes to data center storage

These applications demand from the storage infrastructure great performance, scalability, dependability

The speed and storage demands of these workloads are, however, beyond the capabilities of conventional hard disk drives

The principles of performance tiering and data caching are well-known in business storage systems

HDDs with different RPMs and disk sizes used to determine the tiers

A storage system’s needed performance varies depending on the workload and hardware architecture of the system

The cost of HDDs, servers, infrastructure, and data center power needs increase with this method of sustaining performance levels