Written By: Eli Karpilovski, Manager, Cloud Market Development
With expansive growth expected in the cloud-computing market, some researches expects the market will grow from $70.1 billion in 2012 to $158.8 billion in 2014 – cloud service providers must find ways to provide increasingly sustainable performance. At the same time, they must accommodate an increasing number of internet users, whose expectations about improved and consistent response times are growing.
However, service providers cannot increase performance if the corresponding cost also rises. What these providers need is a way to deliver low latency, fast response, and increasing performance while minimizing the cost of the network.
One good example to accomplish that is RDMA, Traditionally centralized storage was either slow or created bottlenecks and deemphasized the need for fast storage networks. With the advent of fast solid state devices, we are seeing a need for a VERY fast and converged network, to leverage the capabilities that is been offered, in particular, we are starting to see cloud arch using RDMA based storage appliances to accelerate access storage time, reduce latency and achieve the best CPU utilization on the end point.
To learn more about the usage of RDMA in providing cloud infrastructure requirements for meeting performance, availability and agility needs, now and in the future check the following link.