Principled Technologies (PT) engineers determined that companies could dramatically improve database performance by moving legacy systems to the new Lenovo ThinkSystem SR650 equipped with Intel Optane DC persistent memory and Intel Optane NVMe SSDs.
Durham, NC, May 24, 2019 –(PR.com)– Choosing the correct storage is crucial for businesses that require the most from their databases. Engineers at PT set up and tested multiple storage configurations on a new Lenovo ThinkSystem SR650 with 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors to see how upgrading servers, storage, and memory technology affected database performance. They found that upgrading from a legacy server with HDDs to a ThinkSystem SR650 equipped with Intel SATA SSDs provided an enormous boost to database performance. They also found that moving to a ThinkSystem SR650 with Intel Optane DC persistent memory and Intel Optane NVMe SSDs boosted performance even higher.
According to the report, “[…] If you last purchased servers several years ago, you might be selling your e-commerce business short. The new Lenovo ThinkSystem SR650 rack server offers multiple advanced storage options that, together with the server itself, can help you maximize database performance.”
To learn more about the business benefits of moving to the new Lenovo ThinkSystem SR650 equipped with the latest Intel processor, storage, and memory technologies, read the full report at http://facts.pt/1mgym04 and the infographic at http://facts.pt/9ml2ebt.
Published at Fri, 24 May 2019 21:56:00 +0000