Todd Owens, Field Marketing Director discusses NVMe over Fabrics with podcast host Chris Banuelos. Though NVMe is not new, moving it outside the server into storage fabric is. The efficiency and multi-thread capability of the NVMe language when compared to SCSI (small computer system interface) makes transitioning to NVMe over Fabrics a no-brainer. The complex challenge is which type of fabric approach is best. Arrays exist today that support NVMe over RoCE and FC-NVMe. However, there is much discussion around new arrays with NVMe over Fabric TCP support. Learn more about the three different approaches as well as the pros and cons.
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