Dell EMC PowerStore
With its new midrange all-flash PowerStore offering, Dell EMC is meeting the challenges of continually expanding workloads using a unique scale-up, scale-out architecture that’s based on container technology. Featuring built-in machine learning and automation, PowerStore is a programmable infrastructure that dramatically improves everything from application development to deployment. The offering includes VMware integration and support for orchestration frameworks including Ansible, VMware vRealize Orchestrator and Kubernetes. PowerStore’s machine-learning engine brings optimized performance and reduced cost through automation of processes such as initial volume placement and load balancing. Meanwhile, improved flexibility around deployment is enabled through Dell’s new PowerStoreOS container-based architecture.
Hitachi Vantara Virtual Storage Platform E990
The Virtual Storage Platform E990 expands the Hitachi Vantara portfolio and offers future-proofing through bringing all-flash NVMe enterprise storage to midrange enterprise companies. The E990 offers 100 percent data availability, low cost per IOPS and flexibility in consumption models.
IBM FlashSystem 7200
IBM’s FlashSystem 7200 allows clients to choose FlashCore Modules, industry-standard NVMe drives and/or Storage Class Memory drives to deliver massive performance—with up to 9.2 million IOPS and latency of 70 microseconds. Target customers are those needing midrange enterprise storage for AI-enhanced applications and hybrid cloud architectures that require higher levels of performance.