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SSD Changes Storage Buying Patterns

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Jim O'Reilly
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Re: Industry specific needs
Jim O'Reilly   10/28/2014 12:11:37 PM

I tjink the reticence of financials to move to whitebox storage will be real, but the pressure to adopt SDS will be strong, and the security/integrity issues will come down in favor of the newer technologies. Banks will test object storage intensely on their Big Data, and then embrace the concept if it works well.

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Industry specific needs
Himanshugupta   10/27/2014 3:10:15 PM

I guess there will be split between traditional big iron storages and new age off-the-shelf storage. I think that the demand of the either will be driven by the kind of data and related privacy issues. For example, banks and financial institutes would prefer traditional storage even though they are bit expensive to maintain but provide better security while the typical big data solution provider will prefer cheaper alternative as small price margin will be crucial for market dominance. 

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