Datrium 3.1 Features Overview (Beyond Marketing)
Three months ago we released the 3.0 version of our software (here) and announced a boatload of new features, including Red Hat and CentOS virtualization support, Containers Persistent Volumes, and an incredible 18 Million IOPS and 8 GB/s random write throughput. Then last month we announced Oracle RAC (here) with support for vSphere multi-writer VMDKs.
Today we are making another incredible product announcement, introducing release 3.1, providing Zero VM Downtime even when all drives in a host fail, Accelerating Performance-Intensive Workloads (even further), and Extending All Flash Beyond Primary Storage. Furthermore, we are updating our hardware platform, both data and compute nodes. (Press Release here)
If you are not yet familiar with Datrium and Open Convergence, at the 10,000-foot view we offer a back-end node for persistent data and backups (aka data node), and a front-end compute node where applications run with data locality and flash performance (those can also be your existing servers). Datrium is amazingly simple, without the complex set of dials and knobs that are commonly found in private cloud solutions.
- Updated Compute Node CN2100
- Updated Data Node D12X4B
- The New All-Flash Data Node F12X2
- IOmark Performance Benchmark
- StorageReview.com Performance Benchmark
- Zero VM Downtime
- Peer Cache Protection
Let’s get to the announcements….
Read the entire article here, Datrium 3.1 Features Overview (Beyond Marketing) – myvirtualcloud.net
Via the fine folks at Andre Leibovici at myvirtualcloud.net