Data Center Knowledge | DriveScale Says Big Data Needs a New Kind of Data Center Infrastructure

Data Center Knowledge | DriveScale Says Big Data Needs a New Kind of Data Center Infrastructure

2018-08-17T06:07:52-07:00

data center knowledgeDriveScale, the Silicon Valley data center technology startup founded by a group of Sun and Cisco veterans who were behind some of the two iconic companies’ core data center product lines, such as Sun’s x86 servers and Cisco’s Nexus Switches and Unified Computing System (Cisco UCS), has built a scale-out IT solution geared specifically for Big Data applications. The company, which recently came out of stealth and announced a $15 million funding round, is addressing a growing need in the data center and has a founding team whose technological abilities are undeniable Read more…

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DriveScale instantly turns any data center into an elastic bare-metal cloud with on-demand instances of compute, GPU and storage, including NVMe over Fabrics, to deliver the exact resources a workload needs, and to expand, reduce or replace resources on the fly. With DriveScale, high-performance, Kubernetes clusters deploy in seconds for machine learning, advanced analytics and cloud-native applications at a fraction of the cost of the public cloud.

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