YES! RAIDing 2xSSD doubles the read/write rate, but not access time (well, almost, but very very close). SSD scale very nicely, HDD don't (only 25-50% rate increase). See my signature. Someone will surely flame about not running RAID 0, due to risk of failure. I have not had any problems in 2-3 years in RAIDing SSDs.Does running 2 SSD's in Raid 0 improve their performance even further? Rarely do I hear of anyone doing that.
A few organizations will shortstroke for SQL DBs and other IO intensive operations. In those environments, if they do something besides a RAID5/6 it's a RAID 10 or 50/60.Now I wonder (and this may seem absurd) if anyone shortstrokes and uses Raid 0?