Today, we are excited to announce that ScaleIO 2.0 is generally available to our customers. This release marks a significant milestone for ScaleIO software running on commodity hardware. According to IDC, customer adoption of Software-Defined Storage is growing rapidly (75% Y/Y) and for use cases and workloads that ScaleIO is suited for.
There’s a lot of new stuff under the hood of EMC ScaleIO 2.0! This release provides innovative features and enhanced functionality for organizations looking to achieve public cloud agility with private cloud resiliency. We’re bringing together the best of both worlds with new capabilities in three key areas: (more…)
In the past, applications and OLTP workloads have demanded a server’s entire CPU and memory resources. With breakthroughs in server technology, today there is more server power than ever with abundant CPU, RAM, Network and local disk capacity. ScaleIO enables applications and storage to run together in a hyperconverged infrastructure, simplifying operations and lowering cost in both bare-metal and virtual environments. ScaleIO provides enterprise-class storage capabilities while running applications, databases and hypervisors on the same application servers. EMC ScaleIO’s ability to provide elasticity, scalability and high performance make it a key component of Software-Defined Storage.
ScaleIO’s recent integration with ViPR, support for VSPEX configurations and improved GUI environment give EMC customers the ability to leverage any commodity servers to build a hyper-converged infrastructure. With this emerging Software-Defined Storage category called “ServerSAN,” service providers, SMBs and enterprises can achieve new levels of efficiency by converging the traditionally separated compute, networking and storage layers into a single IT platform.
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