Persistent memory in VMware vSphere 6.7: how fast is it?

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    VMware vSphere 6.7 features persistent memory support – the non-volatile data storage technology that is fast enough to cover the performance difference between RAM and Flash/SSD. It is the perfect fit for IOPS-intense applications and high-loaded databases. Well, we guess that’s high time to learn how to create VMs with persistent memory disks.

    Read the full article by Alex Samoylenko, a virtualization technology professional, to find out more about how fast persistent memory is and how to use it in VMware vSphere VMs.