SanDisk showcased an an all-flash VMware Virtual SAN 6 architecture for business-critical applications and databases on Monday. Deployed at entry-level as a 4-node cluster that can scale up to a total of 64 nodes, the new server design is meant for business applications such as database transaction processing and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) applications, to perform more than two million transactions per minute (TPM).

The Virtual SAN 6 architecture leverages SanDisk Lightning Gen. II 12Gb/s Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) SSDs and CloudSpeed SATA SSDs.

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