Atlantis HyperScale

Why Atlantis HyperScale is Better

 

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With traditional storage and compute, enterprises buy either SAN or NAS storage arrays and servers separately. This approach is both complex and costly as the IT organization is responsible for integrating, managing and maintaining disparate systems to deliver IT services. Atlantis HyperScale integrates servers, storage and virtualization into a single appliance that delivers orders of magnitude better storage performance at 50-90% lower cost.

 

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Converged Systems

With converged systems, enterprises buy SAN or NAS storage arrays and servers that are integrated by a third-party and delivered to the customer in a single rack. Converged systems are simply packaged storage, networking and compute components that add little value over traditional systems. While this approach simplifies integration of the components, it is complex to maintain, provides limited performance with diskbased storage and is costly. Atlantis HyperScale integrates servers, storage and virtualization into a single appliance that delivers orders of magnitude better storage performance at 50–90% lower cost.

 

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Hyper-Converged Systems

With hyper-converged appliances, local storage, servers and virtualzation are integrated into a single system, simplifying deployment and management. However, hybrid hyper-converged appliances remain costly and deliver poor storage performance compared to all-flash storage systems. Atlantis HyperScale is the first economically viable all-flash hyper-converged system that integrates servers, storage and virtualization into a single appliance that delivers order of magnitude better storage performance at 50–90% lower cost. Unlike other hyper-converged appliances, Atlantis HyperScale avoids vendor lock-in by supporting multiple hypervisors, eliminating dependence on proprietary hardware, and supporting four of the leading server platforms (Cisco, HP, Lenovo, SuperMicro).

 

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