If one thing has become clear during pandemic, it is that there is nothing more important to the success of your business than an online presence. Being online is much more important than you might realize, especially since it is increasingly becoming your main point of sale.
In order for the site to be visible to Internet users, you must host it on a server. Choosing a server is not easy. You need to consider cost, resources, site performance, and hardware capacity. To decide which server is right for your site, you must first become familiar with the different types of servers.
NVMe is the ideal storage protocol for performance-critical applications. With high scalability, data access, and efficiency across the board, there are many benefits that make a server on NVMe disks efficient.
A private cloud is a flexible, secure, scalable infrastructure that you can use exclusively for business. This makes it possible to create a reliable computer system without having to share resources with other organizations. A private cloud can be hosted within an organization.
NVMe is an interface specification developed for PCIe based SSDs by a consortium of 13 members including Intel, Samsung, and others. It was designed with the future in mind and to penetrate both the customer and enterprise markets, without inheriting any of the hard drive features.
All server and storage solutions go through a rigorous testing process. This, along with industry-leading components, ensures that server and storage solutions meet stringent quality requirements.
NVMe drives are 6.5 times faster than SATA which is a big plus. They are slightly more expensive, so choosing between them is not easy. NVMe SSDs are evolving in the data center, enabling server boot efficiency to preserve front-loading drive bays for data storage.
What is load balancing and what is it used for?
Load balancing is the process by which incoming network traffic is evenly distributed among back-end servers, also known as a server farm or server pool. The idea of using load balancers is to reduce the load on servers, make them more efficient, increase speed and reduce latency. The load balancer acts like the traffic police. Before you do anything else, you need to back up your data. The sole purpose of RAID, other than RAID 0, is to protect data from drives that fail. Once a drive becomes unusable, all of your data depends on the remaining drive (or drives) working properly.
If you are running a busy server, upgrading to a server using NVMe storage might be the ideal solution.