Qumulo and Hewlett Packard Enterprise Partner to Deliver Simplicity and Performance to Unstructured Data Environments
Qumulo, the leading file data platform that helps organizations easily store and manage file data with unrivaled freedom, control and real-time visibility, together with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), announced a new file data solution. The new All-NVMe Flash solution is based on HPE ProLiant DL325 Gen10 Plus servers and powered by the Qumulo® file data platform, which is optimized for high-throughput, low-latency use cases involving unstructured file data. The All-NVMe design allows enterprises to run data-intensive applications without speed or capacity limitations, enabling them to innovate faster than ever before.
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With this announcement, HPE expands its Qumulo-powered portfolio of industry-leading hybrid storage solutions for scale-out environments. These solutions are enterprise-proven and highly scalable. They can be deployed in minutes, and they scale as data grows. New nodes added to the cluster are automatically factored in, making the scale-out experience seamless. For example, with the HPE-Qumulo solution, Capsilon (now part of Ellie Mae) is able to process an extremely high volume of files – 30 billion and growing – related to mortgage loan applications much more efficiently than before.
The new All-NVMe Flash solution takes Qumulo and HPE’s leadership in unstructured data to the next level.
- Performance: Designed to exceed 17 GB/s multi-stream reads performance, and with machine learning-based predictive caching, users can analyze more than 1PB of data per day and extract actionable insights in real-time and at scale.
- Always-on security: HPE iLO5 Silicon Root of Trust and Qumulo software-based 256-bit AES encryption protect systems and data from threats and malicious activities. No separate licenses or anything to manage, and is switched on by default.
- Intelligence: The solution integrates the industry’s most advanced artificial intelligence for infrastructure, powered by HPE InfoSight. It learns from millions of sensors from over 100,000 systems across the globe to drive global intelligence and insights for your infrastructure. The solution further packs real-time visibility and monitoring of your data. Qumulo’s file data platform includes real-time analytics to provide valuable insights into the data and the performance of the system.
“HPE and Qumulo provide our researchers the ability to rapidly develop their breakthroughs in a highly scalable, collaborative, secure environment,” said Vince Calhoun, Distinguished University Professor of Psychology and director of the Center for Translational Research in Neuroimaging and Data Science (TReNDS), a tri-institutional effort supported by Georgia State University, Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University, focused on making better use of complex brain imaging data. He added, “Real-time visibility into our data, along with painless agile upgrades, ensures the consistent high performance required by our researchers. We are very excited about the introduction of the new solution and look forward to leveraging this partnership’s innovations to our research advantage.”
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