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Can I run the Avere vFXT cluster on low-priority VMs?

Avere vFXT a storage solution? and Can I run the Avere vFXT cluster on low-priority VMs?

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No. Avere vFXT for Azure is a file-system cache that attaches to storage environments, such as your EMC or NetApp NAS, or an Azure blob container. Avere vFXT streamlines data requests from clients, and it caches the data that it serves to improve performance at scale and over time. Avere vFXT itself does not store data. It has no information about the amount of data stored behind it.

No, the system requires an underlying stable set of virtual machines.

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