Flash is now a standard enterprise storage option in the block world. That’s certainly not news. But did you know that block only represents 20% of all data, and the other 80% is unstructured or file data that doubles every 2-3 years?
Naturally, Dell EMC has a fix for that.
New today, Isilon All-Flash storage (formerly “Project Nitro”) will ignite the Isilon data lake for storing and managing unstructured data in the core data center. With 6X more IOPS, 8X more aggregate throughput, 47% more capacity, the blazing performance of Isilon All-Flash is sure to accelerate demanding and business critical workloads to new levels.
We promised them in early 2016, and they’re already here: IsilonSD Edge, Isilon OneFS 8.0 and Isilon CloudPools are available today. Together, these products can transform the way organizations store and use data — whether at the edge, the core or the cloud – by harnessing the power of the data lake.
Introducing EMC’s Data Lake 2.0! Building upon the Data Lake announced earlier this year, EMC has debuted three new Isilon software products—IsilonSD Edge, CloudPools and the next generation of Isilon’s OneFS operating system—to expand the Data Lake by connecting unstructured data at the core, in the cloud and at the edge.
These new products are driven by the continued, explosive growth of unstructured data, especially as wearables become more refined and mainstream and the number of devices per user continues to grow. According to Gartner, by 2020, the world will have 30 billion connected devices—a 6x increase over where we are today—and all of those devices will be churning out data at a rapid pace.
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