OK, I've got 24 kingston 128 GB SSD drives currently in my DB server (in RAID) and I am looking to swap them out. I don't trust these drives, I've had multiple fail (in other arrays, luckily).
So, i'm looking for some enterprise level SSD's (I'm not against platter drives at all, but my 24 drive enclosure is for 2.5" drives), damn the expense. My criteria is the following (in order of importance)
1. Reliability - I need the most reliable drives out there
3. Size (min 128GB)
As of now, cost isn't a big deal, our organization is willing to spend a pretty penny to reduce the chance of a drive failure.
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