Designed for high-speed transactional apps that demand high IOPS and consistent low latency, NetApp E-Series all-flash arrays may deliver 650,000+ sustained IOPS and response times measured in microseconds. Systems like that can be used to maximize efficiency of NoSQL-based solutions—and document-oriented databases, such as Couchbase Server.
This 11-page tech report explores performance, scalability, and availability of the NetApp E-Series data storage deployed with Couchbase Server 3.0. RAID5 and DDP drives of NetApp E-Series are compared to commodity servers with direct-attached storage (RAID0 and RAID5). Download this research to get a comparative table with the analysis of:
- efficiency under disk I/O heavy workload
- load scalability, growth planning, and flexibility
- fault-tolerance, time-to-repair, and system recovery automation
- disk drive health monitoring and data encryption