Q&A: Interview with SEGA Networks, Talking about Storage and @PernixData FVP Kyosuke Watanabe discusses SEGA adoption of FVP to resolve database performance issues.
PernixData Turns Memory in Unified Persistent Storage
With more applications workloads being run directly in memory, managing all the different forms of memory that can be used as persistent storage is shaping up to be the next data management challenge. To address this issue, PernixData has raised an additional $35 million in funding to help drive the adoption of its PernixData FVP software, which allows organizations to manage DRAM and Flash memory running on servers as a form of unified persistent storage.
PernixData wants to cache your mission critical apps
Caching software startup PernixData’s recent funding round was heavy in cash and even heavier in cachet. The $35 million funding round was far from the richest of the year – Nutanix last week scored three times more – but attracted individual investments from industry heavyweights.
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Poojan Kumar has been working in IT for the past 12 years, holding management positions at companies like VMware and Oracle. In 2012, he co-founded PernixData, the US start-up responsible for what it calls the industry’s first hypervisor for server-side flash.
Computer Weekly European User Awards for Datacentre and Storage: 2014 winners
The decision to go with PernixData FVP software was an easy decision said Helsbøl: “To extend our SQL cluster with two new eight-core processor hosts, including additional VMware, Microsoft SQL and Biztalk datacentre licences, we were going to have to invest approximately €250,000. By investing a far smaller amount in PernixData FVP software and some additional high performance SSDs, the ROI case speaks for itself.”