Datrium 4.0 – Welcome to The Cloud DVX! BaaS, CloudView and RBA
Datrium announcements are often characterized by technology improvements as an evolution of the shipping platform. However, we are on a journey to deliver the best practical solutions that bridge the operational gaps between on-premise and public clouds, moving organizations to a world where the underlying nuts and bolts are not relevant to achieving the best business outcomes.
As part of this mission, we have already simplified on-premise infrastructure, collapsing and eliminating enterprise storage silos, and removing day-2 configuration complexity and maintenance requirements. Yes, Datrium DVX does not require application knowledge specificities that other converged and hyperconverged products demand from users and admins to enable/disable data services such as compression, dedupe, erasure coding and replication.
Check out Datrium 3.1 Features Overview (Beyond Marketing) where Datrium is crowned by IOmark as the most scalable, fastest and lower latency storage platform (converged or not) on the market.
Welcome The Cloud DVX!
The Cloud DVX is a zero-administration Software-as-a-Service piece of the overall Datrium platform solution that lives on the cloud (AWS). As a part of the service offering, Datrium manages the service availability, automated software upgrades as well as proactive support and self-healing functions related to Datrium and AWS resources.
The Cloud DVX is the brains for on-premise DVX instances. The software is built on the same split provisioning foundation as the on-premise DVX, enabling massive scalability of compute or capacity independently and on-demand. Furthermore, the same superpowers of (LFS) Log-Structured Filesystem is behind the Cloud DVX.
In this post, I highlight the three initial use-cases that are being delivered in the next few months or are part of a short-term product roadmap.
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Via the fine folks at Andre Leibovici at myvirtualcloud.net