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Comparing ScaleDB’s Shared Cache Tier vs. NFS and CFS
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Prior posts addressed the performance benefits of a shared cache tier (ScaleDB CAS) and also the storage flexibility it enables.This post compares the ScaleDB CAS purpose-built file storage sharing system against off-the-shelf solutions like NFS and various cluster file systems (CFS).

When using a clustered database, like ScaleDB, each node has full access to all of the data in the database. This means that the file …

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Shared Cache Tier & Storage Flexibility
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Any time you can get two for the price of one (a “2Fer”), you’re ahead of the game. By implementing our shared cache as a separate tier, you get (1) improved performance and (2) storage flexibility…a 2Fer.

What do I mean by storage flexibility? It means you can use enterprise storage, cloud storage or PC-based storage. Other shared-disk cluster databases require high-end enterprise storage like a NAS or SAN. This requirement was driven by the need for:

1. High-performance storage
2. Highly available storage
3. Multi-attach, or sharing data from a single volume of LUN across multiple nodes in the …





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