DriveScale Takes Composable Infrastructure for Data Intensive Computing to the Next Level with Availability for NVMe Over TCP04/03/2019
DriveScale announced the next evolution of its flagship DriveScale Composable Platform, which now includes support for NVMe over TCP. With DriveScale's new release, enterprise organizations now have access to the latest NVMe standard, which directly addresses the needs of big data and machine learning applications that require higher performance from their storage solutions. By offering a software-only solution that supports NVMe over TCP, DriveScale is helping customers stay ahead of the curve as legacy infrastructure solutions struggle to adapt to modern workloads.
This week I attended the fourth edition of ScaledML, a conference dedicated to large-scale Machine Learning. It was a great event with top-tier presenters that showcased where the field is [...]
Last week I attended the annual OCP Summit in San Jose, where all the cool hardware kids hang out. Surprisingly often, when I am explaining that DriveScale makes server [...]
Your occasional storage roundup, including Datrium, Veeam, SUSE, Retrospect and more by Chris Mellor. Here we are in March already with another raft of storage news announcements for the start of the Spring season.... ...Dell EMC has classed composable infrastructure supplier DriveScale as a Tier Enterprise Infrastructure Global Partner.
"DriveScale has been working with Dell EMC for over a year to help data-driven companies deploy flexible, adaptable compute infrastructure optimized to the demands of their big data, machine learning and containerized workloads," said Gene Banman, CEO at DriveScale. "Earning Tier 1 Global Partner status with Dell EMC validates the momentum we're seeing in this space, as well as the effectiveness of our joint solution."
DriveScale, a leader in delivering Composable Infrastructure for data-intensive workloads and a 2018 Cool Vendor by Gartner for Cloud Infrastructure joins a small, elite group of well-known organizations. "DriveScale has been working with Dell EMC for over a year to help data-driven companies deploy flexible, adaptable compute infrastructure optimized to the demands of their big data, machine learning and containerized workloads," said Gene Banman, CEO at DriveScale. "Earning Tier 1 Global Partner status with Dell EMC validates the momentum we're seeing in this space, as well as the effectiveness of our joint solution."
Systems vendors do a spectacular job of giving you a wide array of server and storage system SKUs to choose from. Servers can be configured-to-order with variables for just about every component.
DriveScale with Dell EMC solutions offers IT a composable platform, making the deployment of applications on bare metal or in containers simple and cost-effective for enterprise infrastructure. Tim Smith, SVP and GM, Global Technical Infrastructure and Operations at AT&T’s Xandr group says “DriveScale’s unique composable platform is a critical element to ensure we scale with agility and flexibility at the right price point.”
DriveScale CTO Brian Pawlowski to Present on Design of a Composable Infrastructure Platform at Vault ‘1902/20/2019
DriveScale CTO, Brian Pawlowski, will give a talk at Vault ‘19 titled “Design of a Composable Infrastructure Platform." He will present how composable infrastructure enables the dynamic creation of secure application clusters from disaggregated compute, storage and networking, as well as challenges facing such a solution.
The foundation of any architecture for disaggregation and composition is the choice of the fabric with which to connect the disaggregated components. Today we look at what it takes [...]