Datrium 3.0 Features Overview (Beyond Marketing) – Part 2
Last month Datrium announced the first part of the DVX 3.0 payload and I blogged here; and today we are announcing the second part. In the first announcement, Datrium took us where no HCI vendor has been before, offering not only a multi-hypervisor platform (VMware vSphere, RedHat Virtualization and Open-source KVM on CentOS hosts), but also adding support for bare-metal containers on Linux hosts, both with granular data management.
- Red Hat Virtualization (RHV) support
- Linux RHEL and CentOS hosts running bare-metal containers
- Full Data Services for Containers & KVM virtual machines
Today we are introducing some real awesomeness with mind-boggling performance!
- Split Provisioning (128 servers and 10 data nodes)
- Cloud Scale (18 Million IOPS and 200GB/s)
- Instant, Application Consistent Snapshots (Zero VM stun)
Allow me to provide some background to Open Convergence and the problems that we are effectively solving with the new architecture.
Read the entire article here, Datrium 3.0 Features Overview (Beyond Marketing) – Part 2 – myvirtualcloud.net
via Andre Leibovici at myvirtualcloud.net