What if you could create an automated, elastic, cloud-like experience in your own data center for a fraction of the cost of the public cloud?
Toshiba’s CD5 and CM5 NVMe data centre SSDs are certified for use with DriveScale composable infrastructure. This infrastructure composes servers on demand from pools of available driveless servers and storage resources.
Modern workloads such as Hadoop, Kafka and machine learning are demanding in terms of the volume of data that must be processed, the speed at which that data much be processed, and the fact that their capacity and performance requirements are both variable and unpredictable. Read how DriveScale can help solve for this.
Hyperscale architectures typically sacrifice resource efficiency for performance by using direct attached storage instead of a shared storage solution. That lost efficiency though, means the organization is spending money on excess compute, graphics processing units (GPUs) and storage capacity that it doesn’t need.
Why composable infrastructure goes hand in hand with private cloud. Some companies are opting out of SAN upgrades or costly converged systems in favor of composable architecture to build server and storage on the fly.
Data Center Knowledge shares an industry perspective titled Introducing the Composable Data Center.
Storage Review DriveScale, Inc. announced the next evolution of its Composable Platform, which includes support for NVMe over TCP.
Storage Review by Marshall Gunnell DriveScale, a company dedicated to re-imaging static compute infrastructure as adaptable and programmable, making data centers a composable scale-out cloud, announced today the support for NVMe over TCP for its flagship DriveScale Composable Platform.
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."