StorONE, a leading software-defined enterprise storage company, announced NASA is migrating back to On-Premises using high-density storage technology consisting of StorONE’s software-defined S1 platform combined with an ECO*FLASH hardware-defined storage array built by Storbyte.
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NASA is now successfully utilizing this award-winning combination of technologies to lower their total cost of ownership (TCO), while maximizing data protection and increasing functionality in their High-Performance Computing (HPC) environment. This initial 4U deployment consists of 640TB of All-Flash storage that includes a future capacity expansion to 1.5PB.
The Storbyte ECO*FLASH high density hardware platform was developed to satisfy intense, uninterrupted read/write data performance requirements of military operation data centers like NASA. These HPC environments must sustain a demanding balance of reliability, efficiency, density, and speed. NASA selected Storbyte ECO*FLASH based on its extreme density, speed, and future-proofing capabilities.
When density is a consideration, as it is for NASA, StorONE’s software-defined enterprise storage platform optimizes storage hardware requirements and requires less physical media to achieve the same usable capacity. StorONE ensures maximum performance with features and workloads like tiering, snapshots, and replication.
“There is no more mission-critical environment than NASA, and they needed extreme density in storage resources,” said Gal Naor, CEO and co-founder of StorONE. “The result is they can achieve the maximum IOPS, throughput, and capacity of their media investment, and achieve the maximum utilization of their storage resources needed, adding capacity as requirements grow.”
StorONE’s ability to provide complete workload isolation enables customers like NASA to consolidate all storage use cases onto our platform without compromise. It is protocol and device-independent, allowing Optane, Flash, and hard disk drive storage tiers and fiber, iSCSI, NFS, SMB, and S3 protocols across all workloads. The efficiency of the StorONE solutions enables customers to consolidate one workload at a time, no matter how different those workloads may be. NASA, as an example, started with an HPC workload and then added Active Archive.
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