DBAs are usually separated from the body of work required of the
storage admins. With storage and performance, there are so many variables: the hardware itself, if you have more drives, if you need more bandwidth, if you have fewer dries, how is it connected, who’s configuring it.
Moving onto flash storage has changed the way some of the biggest DBA tasks work and given new options on how to approach some big challenges.
In this eBook:
- Multi-Vender POC, 1000 DBs and a “Ridiculous” Disk-Array Killing Scenario but “We couldn’t find the breaking
point for Pure Storage”
- Oracle Database performance problems made quarter-end for DBAs
- Why Enterprise DBA life with Pure Storage is technically easier
- Performance problems with the BI Applications needed a robust solution