Model number: SDLKODGW-300G-5C02
Supporting a Broad Range of Application and Database Workloads
Many enterprise IT environments have write-intensive application workloads that continuously write new data as workloads run. SanDisk Optimus Ultra™ SAS SSDs provide performance, capacity, and reliability for a broad range of workloads, including databases and line-of-business (LOB) applications such as enterprise resource management (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM), and on-line transaction processing (OLTP). These are the everyday workloads for most enterprise data centers supporting businesses and the required service-level-agreements (SLAs) that keep those businesses running.
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Workloads with Database Transactions
End-to-end supply chain workloads support global businesses, where any interruption in the updates to centralized databases could mean a real-time interruption in business processes. ERP applications feed a never-ending series of updates to the databases or data warehouses that hold “the single version of the truth” for the entire corporation. That’s why it’s so important to support write-intensive workloads with high-performance systems with non-volatile solid-state storage devices (SSDs) that protect vital data, even in the event of a temporary power failure somewhere along the worldwide supply chain.
On-line Transaction Processing (OLTP)
Financial transactions trigger updates to on-line transaction processing (OLTP) databases. Optimus Ultra SAS SSDs provide the speed and performance necessary for smooth operations, given the continuing pressure to process data-intensive workloads such as enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) applications.
Optimus Ultra SAS SSDs connect end-users to on-line retail and commerce application engines, ensuring timely responses to database updates. SanDisk Optimus Ultra SAS SSDs improve time-to-results for OLAP, to find patterns in the data that lead to actionable results that inform important business decisions.