Digital Transformation Drives New Fast Data & Big Data Storage Platform Requirements

Fast data workloads include mission-critical primary applications requiring consistently low latencies, while big data workloads are composed of applications that tend to be less latency sensitive and leverage much larger data set sizes.

 

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  • Key differences between Big Data and Fast Data workloads
  • Storage infrastructure requirements for fast data and big data platforms and the storage requirements around them
  • How you can utilize big data and fast data to evolve your IT infrastructure
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