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Eric Herzog of IBM shares his insights on IBM flash and software-defined storage offerings

If you haven't considered IBM storage recently, you may have missed out on a good opportunity to drive better results across your storage environment. This is what I took away from my recent interview with Eric Herzog, Vice President of Product Marketing and Management for Software Defined Infrastructures at IBM. In the interview—which you can watch in the video below—Eric and I went over some of the recent developments IBM has made in the areas of flash and software defined storage.

Flash Technology and the Value of Improved Performance

With a myriad of solutions coming to market offering Flash technology, users are promised the benefit of much-improved response times for key applications.  That’s a good thing.

What’s not a good thing however, is the fact that this new technology stands to fall victim to the age-old curse of IT professionals weighing its value with outdated paradigms, specifically, the dreaded “Dollars per GB”.