It should not be assumed that Solid State Drives are a drop-in replacement for Hard Disk Drives when used in servers and data centre environments. The data writing behaviour of the application and the amount of data to be written on the device is vital to making the best choice for your needs. The performance, latency and bandwidth of the SSD also need to be considered.
To make the correct choice for your data centre, when selecting an Enterprise Class SSD it is critical to know the following:
Integral have Enterprise SSD solutions for Mixed Workloads and Read Intensive applications.
The E2 Enterprise SSD is designed for read inensive applications.
The Enterprise SSD features consistently low latency with a superior level of sustained write IOPS, together with high write endurance and power-loss protection. The SSD hardware is built with a number of capacitors that ensure that the data in the write cache of the SSD is protected against corruption if a power loss was to occur, enabling the SSD to complete the last write command to the NAND flash.
Please see PDF spec sheet for full technical specifications.