Reference Architecture

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Cisco

Given the composable nature of the Cisco/DriveScale solution, one can scale as needed on either the compute elements or the storage elements very easily, thereby adding capacity as required. This gives the solution a very flexible architecture, not just in terms of composability but also in terms of capacity scaling.

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Cloudera

The DriveScale-Cloudera reference architecture guide is designed to provide an overview of the combined solution, the key components that are employed and details on how to install and setup clusters using these technologies.

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DellEMC

The Dell EMC / DriveScale reference architecture described in this document will run any modern workload deployment including Cloudera, Hortonworks and Apache Hadoop.

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Hortonworks

The DriveScale/Hortonworks reference architecture high-level design reference architecture guide for implementing Hortonworks Data Platform on a DriveScale solution with industry standard servers and JBODs.

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HPE

This document is a high-level design reference architecture guide for implementing a DriveScale solution with HPE Prolient or Apollo rack-optimized or Blade servers and HPE or industry standard JBODs for modern workloads such as Big Data.

The reference architecture introduces all the high-level hardware and software components that are included in the stack. Each high-level component is then described individually.

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Promise Technologies

This document is a high-level design reference architecture guide for implementing a DriveScale solution with industry standard x86 servers and Promise Technology JBODs for Big Data workloads.

The reference architecture introduces all the high-level hardware and software components that are included in the stack. Each high-level component is then described individually.

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MapR

This document is a high-level design reference architecture guide for implementing a DriveScale solution with MapR.

The reference architecture introduces all the high-level hardware and software components that are included in the stack. Each high-level component is then described individually.