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Storage Power Plays: Check Out These 26 New Products

VMworld 2018 shows that it continues to be not just a major conference for cloud and virtualization, but also a primary showcase for the latest in storage products.

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Dell EMC vSAN Ready Nodes For PowerEdge MX

Dell EMC vSAN Ready Nodes designed for the Round Rock, Texas-based company's PowerEdge MX modular infrastructure lets channel partners lower the deployment risk and quickly scale preconfigured and validated hyper-converged infrastructure building blocks.

The Nodes, jointly tested and certified by Dell EMC and VMware, can increase storage efficiency with increased storage utilization. They offer a flexible hyper-converged infrastructure platform with up to eight vSAN Ready Nodes that can be used to create VMware Cloud Foundation clusters. Flash storage devices can be added to existing hosts for increased performance, while hard drives offer increased capacity.

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Druva Cloud Platform

Druva in July unveiled the integration of Druva CloudRanger with the Druva Cloud Platform (DCP) data management-as-a-service. DCP unifies Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Druva’s product offerings and provides a single point of management that lets organizations centrally protect, manage and gain visibility into their entire data footprint. The integration of Druva CloudRanger provides a complete end-to-end offering that helps bridge data management for traditional on-premises and modern cloud infrastructures. Enterprises can use it to centrally manage their entire data footprint while helping lower the complexity and costs of additional administration and infrastructure.

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Hitachi Vantara UCP HC

The new Hitachi Unified Compute Platform HC, or UCP HC, storage system from Santa Clara, Calif.-based Hitachi Vantara is a scalable hyper-converged infrastructure appliance. Introduced in June, the new Hitachi UCP HC system comes with Intel Optane NVMe SSD caching to provide high-performance and low-latency transaction processing for critical applications and analytics environments. They also feature Nvidia Tesla GPU support to help address workloads requiring advanced graphics capabilities such as virtual desktop infrastructure. Instant clone technology lets UCP HC provide rapid deployment of virtual desktops. Hitachi Vantara used VMworld to demonstrate UCP HC with together with VMware Horizon 7 as part of a high-performance VDI solution.

 
 
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