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How to reduce write amplification on NAND chips in a cloud storage system – Cloud Tech News

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(c)iStock.com/BsWei Solid-state disk (SSD) technology using integrated circuit assemblies is considered to be a readily available, drop-in replacement for discrete hard disks and is used to increase throughput in large cloud storage networks. Reducing this occurrence is of paramount concern to most system administrators who use NAND chips in these situations because it reduces the lifespan of these chips and harms the throughput rate of a cloud storage and retrieval paradigm. This means that moving, rewriting and storing data to pages on SSDs will cause used portions of the chips to go through the process more than once for each file system operation. Solid state disk technology using integrated circuit assemblies is considered to be a readily available, drop-in replacement for discrete hard disks and is used to increase throughput in large cloud storage networks. (c)iStock.com/BsWei Solid-state disk (SSD) technology using integrated circuit assemblies is considered to be a readily available, drop-in replacement for discrete hard disks and is used to increase throughput in large cloud storage networks. Reducing this occurrence is of paramount concern to most system administrators who use NAND chips in these situations because it reduces the lifespan of these chips and harms the throughput rate of a cloud storage and retrieval paradigm. This means that moving, rewriting and storing data to pages on SSDs will cause used portions of the chips to go through the process more than once for each file system operation.

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