If a disks’ maximum IOPS exceeds 500 during a single ARCBeat, then Movere will recommend Premium Storage. For throughput, Standard storage delivers up to 60 MB per second, while Premium starts at up to 100 MB per second. If a disks’ maximum IOPS are greater than 500, or throughput is greater than 60 MB per second, Movere will recommend Premium storage.
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