VMware Expands EVO:RAIL Compute, Server, Storage Portfolio
Offering expanded storage and compute options on EVO:RAIL will provide higher-capacity platforms so customers can run greater numbers of virtual machines.
VMware is expanding its EVO:RAIL converged compute, server and storage appliance portfolio with new hardware and software options.
VMware’s customers can now choose EVO:RAIL appliances that include dual 6-, 8-, 10- or 12-core Intel Haswell or Ivy Bridge CPUs, with up to 512GB of memory available per node. Storage is a big focus in the new EVO:RAIL rollout, with two virtual storage area network (SAN) configurations. The VMware Virtual SAN configuration Option One can now enable up to 14.4TB of raw storage capacity per appliance, while Option Two can deliver up to 24TB of raw storage.
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