Micron, VMware, Supermicro, Nexenta doodle array designs
Cosy club comes up with flashy little reference architecture
Micron has devised a set of all-flash purpose-built, scale-out product designs in collaboration with VMware, Supermicro and Nexenta.
- Micron Accelerated Solution for VMware Virtual SAN Ready Nodes
- Micron Accelerated Ceph Storage Solution
- Micron Accelerated NexentaEdge Solution
Micron, Supermicro and VMware have designed all-flash Micron Virtual SAN AF-4, AF-6, and AF-8 Ready Nodes. They use the deduplication, compression and erasure coding available in VMware Virtual SAN 6.2. Because of this, Micron says, they can be purchased for as low as $0.44/GB (effective capacity), which includes the full MSRP of all server hardware, software and three years of support.
Micron has designed an all-flash Ceph storage product based on Supermicro servers that hits 1 million IOPS and reaches 140Gbit/s throughput.
The Micron Accelerated NexentaEdge Solution will provide native block, iSCSI block, Swift and S3 object services to OpenStack, VMware and container-based infrastructures. This collaboration is expected to result in a joint reference architecture and purchasable solution from Supermicro in the second half of 2016.
A Micron Storage Solutions Center (MSSC) has opened in Austin, Texas, to showcase Micron's partnership with other suppliers to produce all-flash storage designs. This MSSC is also the engineering home for Micron Accelerated Solutions.
You can find more information on where and how to buy the Micron Accelerated reference architecture products here. ®
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