Disk subsystem based on NVMe SSD
For fast operation of almost all services on a virtual dedicated server VPS/VDS the fast response from a disk subsystem is required. In the realities of virtualization, where virtual servers VPS/VDS compete for resources, the I/O subsystem must provide maximum performance 24/7/365. Unfortunately, even SATA-based SSDs, let alone HDDs, cannot provide the required IOPS and linear read/write speeds. This is due to the limitations of the interface and the hardware implementation of the drives.
Compared to SATA SSDs, our industrial NVMe SSD drives provide at least a 12x increase in serial read speed, 6x increase in write speed, and 10x increase in the number of random I/O operations (IOPS). The use of such a disk subsystem will primarily speed up the work of all services that actively read and write data.
The result of using an NVMe SSD is a significant acceleration of virtual servers VPS/VDS, as well as resources that work on its basis. NVMe SSD speeds up websites, databases, web services, and office applications.