Like many of you I've been following the enterprise SSD market. I'm a desktop application developer so let me apologize in advance if the answer to my question is obvious.
Based on the specs it seems that Fusion IO's product is a better choice compared to more traditional SSDs. It just seems to me that inherently using a PCIe attached solution is going to be better than pushing ssd's behind fc or sas connections based on the bandwidth. Based on the pricing I've found it also seems that IOFusions price per GB is cheaper.
I feel like I must be missing something. When does it make more sense to use something like EMC® Symmetrix® DMX-4 flash based storage rather than using IOFusion's iosan or ioDrive based storage?
Thanks for the help!