Friends, we hasten to share fresh and interesting insights from HPC Day 2021
And the session was about:
- AMD with new processors;
- Umu Qumulo;
- Parallel File System Storage (HPE FTE with integrated IBM Spectrum Scale ECE file system based on HPE ProLiant DL325 Gen10 Plus);
- J2000 (JBOD for NVMe);
- Data Management Framework (a platform for high-performance computing and storage systems).
It was noted that the data is growing at an unprecedented rate at the enterprise.
IDC expects that by 2025 we will see almost 79 zetabytes of data from machines, sensors and cameras.
This growth offers businesses new opportunities for innovation everywhere, but the problem we constantly hear from consumers is that getting information from their data is constrained by their infrastructure.
As a result, IT needs a new infrastructure solution to support these data management initiatives.
HPE, in conjunction with Qumulo, offers industry-leading solutions for distributed unstructured data scaling – scale up to billions of files with the Qumulo file data platform, which handles small files as efficiently as large ones.
“Qumulo is like rsync, only with a very user-friendly web shell”
There are no practical restrictions on scaling capacity, performance, number of files, or number of nodes.
Thanks to the high availability of the HPE Apollo 4200 and HPE ProLiant DL325 servers running Qumulo, customers receive optimized file storage, offering All-NVMe, hybrid and archive nodes.
This solution can be customized in minutes and scaled as data grows.
If you would like to learn more about Qumulo solutions, please: http://bit.ly/HPE_Qumulo
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