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Storage Hardware Testing Lab

This post falls outside the strict area of NoSQL or Big Data, but that doesn’t make it less interesting:

Reviews of single drives can be done just about anywhere; high-end storage solutions and arrays need a more robust testing environment. To that end, we’ve developed an enterprise storage testing lab to not only better simulate real world conditions, but to also offer proper compute, switching, electrical conditioning and so on. We want to give our readers a glimpse into the heart of the StorageReview Enterprise Test Lab, which is home to servers, SAN and NAS appliances, PCIe flash solutions, high-speed networking gear, and power conditioning products that make it possible to test the latest enterprise hardware from single hard drives up to the fastest flash storage arrays.

Original title and link: Storage Hardware Testing Lab (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.storagereview.com/storagereview_enterprise_test_lab