Are you using flash storage or would you consider it?

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Flash-based storage has many know limitations, but when applied correctly in the right situations it can be a very valuable tool. Are you using flash storage or would you consider it even with the other storage options that are available? If so, which Flash-based storage vendors would you consider?

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