Data center storage has always been a moving target. Capacities and speeds steadily improve as prices drop, while application storage demands simultaneously grow. New devices are added at a much more rapid rate than the rate at which old hardware is retired, so storage stratifies into tiers based on cost and performance. Older applications gradually find themselves running on the oldest, slowest storage, while new -- but not necessarily mission-critical applications -- get first crack at ...

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