New blog series: One SSD Technology a Day

This entry is part 1 of 9 in the series One SSD Technology a Day

It’s become a tradition in the SQL blogs to start a month long series on a certain topic and try to blog every day. Today I want to start my first series on SSD technologies. It has been over a year since I started speaking on this topic and as this is a hot topic there are new technologies that I feel are not well explained even on specialty blogs.

I will keep this as a master post and will add links to each of the posts  as I publish them.

  1. Static Data Rotation 
  2. What’s the difference between SLC and MLC?
  3. Program and Erase Cycle (P/E)
  4. Redundant Array of Independent Silicon Elements (RAISE)
  5. Wear Leveling
  6. CacheCade
  7. Bad Block Management

 

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