Solid state disks blur the boundary between cache and storage, with a foot in both camps. Can solid state drives really be treated as a new tier of storage or simply as a way to add more performance enhancing cache to existing arrays? This panel will discuss whether data should permanently reside on solid state media or whether the optimum and most cost effective solution is to simply use SSD to hold the working set of data in the array.

Moderator: Chris M Evans, "The Storage Architect"

Panelists:
- Brian Sorby, EMC
- Dan Leary, Nimble Storage
- Dave Wright, SolidFire
- Keith Brown, STEC
- Peter Velikin, Velobit
- Vijay Karamcheti, Virident

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