Customer Duleep Wikramanayake from TRA Medical Imaging elaborates on Tegile performance

I had a very nice meeting with Tegile customer Duleep Wikramanayake last week at the offices of TRA Medical Imaging. He’s an interesting man with many interesting personal stories and success derived from a mix of self-motivation, awareness and teamwork. The story of Tegile at TRA Medical Imaging has some surprises. Initially purchased as storage […]

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Animated whiteboard: Why you need to consider Tegile

Buying storage these days seems like a game of chance. There are more vendors than ever, with different architectures, approaches and options. You can stay with an old established vendor – and their old established architecture – and their old established business models, like charging you for every option that you have. Or you can […]

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Give the I/Os of Your Mission and Business Critical Apps the VIP Treatment They Deserve

Features such as automated storage tiering and storage domains on today’s enterprise storage arrays go a long way toward making it feasible for organizations to successfully host multiple applications with different performance and priority requirements on a single array. However prioritizing the order in which data and I/Os are tiered is an entirely differently matter as organizations typically want the data and I/Os associated with their mission and business critical I/Os serviced ahead of lower priority applications. This is where the Quality of Service (QoS) Plus feature found on the Oracle FS1 comes into play as it does more than provide the “brains” behind its auto-tiering feature. It also re-prioritizes and re-orders application I/O according to each application’s business value to the enterprise. Historical Treatment of Application I/O by Storage Arrays Storage arrays by default treat incoming read and write I/Os from all applications the same (Figures 1 and 2 below.) Whether I/Os are issued by an Oracle Database or…

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Give the I/Os of Your Mission and Business Critical Apps the VIP Treatment They Deserve

Features such as automated storage tiering and storage domains on today’s enterprise storage arrays go a long way toward making it feasible for organizations to successfully host multiple applications with different performance and priority requirements on a single array. However prioritizing the order in which data and I/Os are tiered is an entirely differently matter as organizations typically want the data and I/Os associated with their mission and business critical I/Os serviced ahead of lower priority applications. This is where the Quality of Service (QoS) Plus feature found on the Oracle FS1 comes into play as it does more than provide the “brains” behind its auto-tiering feature. It also re-prioritizes and re-orders application I/O according to each application’s business value to the enterprise. Historical Treatment of Application I/O by Storage Arrays Storage arrays by default treat incoming read and write I/Os from all applications the same (Figures 1 and 2 below.) Whether I/Os are issued by an Oracle Database or…

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Give the I/Os of Your Mission and Business Critical Apps the VIP Treatment They Deserve

Features such as automated storage tiering and storage domains on today’s enterprise storage arrays go a long way toward making it feasible for organizations to successfully host multiple applications with different performance and priority requirements on a single array. However prioritizing the order in which data and I/Os are tiered is an entirely differently matter as organizations typically want the data and I/Os associated with their mission and business critical I/Os serviced ahead of lower priority applications. This is where the Quality of Service (QoS) Plus feature found on the Oracle FS1 comes into play as it does more than provide the “brains” behind its auto-tiering feature. It also re-prioritizes and re-orders application I/O according to each application’s business value to the enterprise. Historical Treatment of Application I/O by Storage Arrays Storage arrays by default treat incoming read and write I/Os from all applications the same (Figures 1 and 2 below.) Whether I/Os are issued by an Oracle Database or…

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Give the I/Os of Your Mission and Business Critical Apps the VIP Treatment They Deserve

Features such as automated storage tiering and storage domains on today’s enterprise storage arrays go a long way toward making it feasible for organizations to successfully host multiple applications with different performance and priority requirements on a single array. However prioritizing the order in which data and I/Os are tiered is an entirely differently matter as organizations typically want the data and I/Os associated with their mission and business critical I/Os serviced ahead of lower priority applications. This is where the Quality of Service (QoS) Plus feature found on the Oracle FS1 comes into play as it does more than provide the “brains” behind its auto-tiering feature. It also re-prioritizes and re-orders application I/O according to each application’s business value to the enterprise. Historical Treatment of Application I/O by Storage Arrays Storage arrays by default treat incoming read and write I/Os from all applications the same (Figures 1 and 2 below.) Whether I/Os are issued by an Oracle Database or…

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Give the I/Os of Your Mission and Business Critical Apps the VIP Treatment They Deserve

Features such as automated storage tiering and storage domains on today’s enterprise storage arrays go a long way toward making it feasible for organizations to successfully host multiple applications with different performance and priority requirements on a single array. However prioritizing the order in which data and I/Os are tiered is an entirely differently matter as organizations typically want the data and I/Os associated with their mission and business critical I/Os serviced ahead of lower priority applications. This is where the Quality of Service (QoS) Plus feature found on the Oracle FS1 comes into play as it does more than provide the “brains” behind its auto-tiering feature. It also re-prioritizes and re-orders application I/O according to each application’s business value to the enterprise. Historical Treatment of Application I/O by Storage Arrays Storage arrays by default treat incoming read and write I/Os from all applications the same (Figures 1 and 2 below.) Whether I/Os are issued by an Oracle Database or…

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Give the I/Os of Your Mission and Business Critical Apps the VIP Treatment They Deserve

Features such as automated storage tiering and storage domains on today’s enterprise storage arrays go a long way toward making it feasible for organizations to successfully host multiple applications with different performance and priority requirements on a single array. However prioritizing the order in which data and I/Os are tiered is an entirely differently matter as organizations typically want the data and I/Os associated with their mission and business critical I/Os serviced ahead of lower priority applications. This is where the Quality of Service (QoS) Plus feature found on the Oracle FS1 comes into play as it does more than provide the “brains” behind its auto-tiering feature. It also re-prioritizes and re-orders application I/O according to each application’s business value to the enterprise. Historical Treatment of Application I/O by Storage Arrays Storage arrays by default treat incoming read and write I/Os from all applications the same (Figures 1 and 2 below.) Whether I/Os are issued by an Oracle Database or…

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Give the I/Os of Your Mission and Business Critical Apps the VIP Treatment They Deserve

Features such as automated storage tiering and storage domains on today’s enterprise storage arrays go a long way toward making it feasible for organizations to successfully host multiple applications with different performance and priority requirements on a single array. However prioritizing the order in which data and I/Os are tiered is an entirely differently matter as organizations typically want the data and I/Os associated with their mission and business critical I/Os serviced ahead of lower priority applications. This is where the Quality of Service (QoS) Plus feature found on the Oracle FS1 comes into play as it does more than provide the “brains” behind its auto-tiering feature. It also re-prioritizes and re-orders application I/O according to each application’s business value to the enterprise. Historical Treatment of Application I/O by Storage Arrays Storage arrays by default treat incoming read and write I/Os from all applications the same (Figures 1 and 2 below.) Whether I/Os are issued by an Oracle Database or…

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Give the I/Os of Your Mission and Business Critical Apps the VIP Treatment They Deserve

Features such as automated storage tiering and storage domains on today’s enterprise storage arrays go a long way toward making it feasible for organizations to successfully host multiple applications with different performance and priority requirements on a single array. However prioritizing the order in which data and I/Os are tiered is an entirely differently matter as organizations typically want the data and I/Os associated with their mission and business critical I/Os serviced ahead of lower priority applications. This is where the Quality of Service (QoS) Plus feature found on the Oracle FS1 comes into play as it does more than provide the “brains” behind its auto-tiering feature. It also re-prioritizes and re-orders application I/O according to each application’s business value to the enterprise. Historical Treatment of Application I/O by Storage Arrays Storage arrays by default treat incoming read and write I/Os from all applications the same (Figures 1 and 2 below.) Whether I/Os are issued by an Oracle Database or…

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