StorONE now offers a bundled solution that combines StorONE’s S1:Enterprise Storage Platform with Seagate’s Exos AP5U84 to help organizations lower total cost of ownership (TCO). StorONE with Seagate’s Exos AP solution would also maximize data protection.
Consolidation may be accomplished gradually with StorONE’s S1:Enterprise Storage Platform and Exos AP. Organizations may begin using the solution as a backup storage to shorten backup windows and fulfill even more severe recovery criteria while reducing expenses. They may then utilize the same platform to handle archive, NAS, VMware, and even database workloads in the future.
By incorporating auto-tiering into the platform, performance-hungry applications may be met while less active data is stored on low-cost, high-capacity hard drives.
“Seagate is a leader in storage data infrastructure, and our Exos AP series makes for the perfect turnkey system for data center professionals,” said Mike Herbig, Sr. Director of Sales and Marketing for Seagate. “When combined with StorONE’s Enterprise Storage Platform, the Exos AP is a storage workhorse solving a wide range of use cases including backup, archive, VMware and database environments.”
Adapt to Any Workload IO Requirement
While StorONE with Seagate’s Exos AP lowers TCO, it would also maximize data protection. To begin, StorONE stores all of a user’s data on a single piece of media. The StorONE platform’s efficiency allows for a high-performance, cacheless design that doesn’t rely on a hazardous write cache. In addition, StorONE’s vRAID is integrated into the platform, providing three drive redundancies and quick high-density hard disk drive rebuilds. StorONE’s unique snapshot function S1:Snap, which can take a picture every minute and save it for decades without affecting performance, is included in the Platform as a third benefit. Last but not least, S1:Replicate allows for on-premises and off-premises synchronous and asynchronous data replication to and from the data center, an MSP, or the public cloud.
“The increasing price of storage and limited availability creates a significant challenge for IT as they try to keep pace with ever-increasing organizational demands,” said Gal Naor, CEO and Co-founder of StorONE. “With StorONE software and Exos AP, IT professionals can stay ahead of organizational expectations with a platform that is flexible enough to adapt to any workload IO requirement while significantly reducing both the CAPEX and OPEX of storage,” he also said.
StorONE is headquartered in New York, with offices in Texas, Tel Aviv, and Singapore. It took the company eight years from the time of its inception in 2011 until StorONE was able to bring the S1 Engine to market. The S1 Engine offers an efficient single translation layer that would allow users to benefit from secured hardware advances. IT may consolidate storage using a platform approach thanks to the S1:Enterprise Storage Platform, which is powered by this S1 Engine. StorONE has been awarded over 50 patents in its first seven years of deep technical development.