CEO: Brian Biles
Datrium, which came out of stealth late last year, in January unveiled its first solution, the Datrium DVX, which separates flash and disk storage by tying large amounts of SSDs in a server to a separate hard disk-based appliance as a way to get maximum application performance.
The Datrium DVX software works on any server certified to run VMware software. The servers can be configured with any processor or SSD. Channel partners load the software on the server and then connect it to the NetShelf disk appliance. Each NetShelf is configured with 48 TB of raw capacity, or up to 180 TB of effective capacity after deduplication and compression, and can connect to up to 32 server hosts, with the addition of extra servers causing performance to increase.