Principled Technologies Releases Study Comparing the Database Performance of a Dell EMC PowerEdge R940 Server With and Without Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory
In hands-on testing, PT found that adding Intel Optane DC persistent memory to a Dell EMC PowerEdge R940 server increased the number of database VMs the server could support.
Durham, NC, December 05, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Organizations running virtualized databases with large memory footprints need ways to extend the capabilities of their servers so they don’t spend unnecessarily on excess hardware. Principled Technologies (PT) tested a Dell EMC PowerEdge R940 server with and without Intel Optane DC persistent memory (DCPMM) to see how adding the new memory and storage technology affected performance.
According to the report, “We found that by adding Intel Optane DC persistent memory to the Dell EMC PowerEdge R940, we increased the server memory footprint to support ten more transactional database VMs than the same new server without Intel Optane DCPMMs.”
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