What is SSD Cloud server?

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asked Oct 20, 2014 in Internet & websites by Md Ariful Islam (770 points)

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answered Feb 24, 2015 by Shamim mahmud (106 points)
A server-based SSD is a solid state drive that may be manufactured in a PCI Express form factor. It could also be a SATA or SAS drive that plugs into the standard SATA/SAS interface, allowing it to be installed directly into a server.

Server-based SSDs can function as a cache in the server or as persistent storage, allowing the SSD server to have essentially an extremely fast scratch disk for very frequently accessed data. Putting this high performance storage directly in the server reduces latencybecause the server doesn’t have to access data on an external storage array. Because of this, server-based SSDs are high performance direct-attached storage. These SSD server drives are typically NAND flash-based.

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