It is no surprise that the key criteria that organizations look for when shopping for high-performance computing storage is performance. It’s right there in the name. This will continue to be true as workloads continue to evolve and the need for HPC capabilities – storage and otherwise – grows among enterprises that are finding themselves being swamped by waves of data that they need to somehow capture, manage, and analyze in order to pull out the useful information that will enable them to make informed business decisions and more rapidly roll out products and services for their customers.
There is a growing need for HPC capabilities in the enterprise, and not just for traditional simulation and modeling but for data analytics and artificial intelligence workloads, too.
Here are some hidden costs of the HPC Storage: