Matt Leib looks at Pure Storage’s newly announced Data Hub architecture. This provides a highly available, massively powerful, and scalable architecture designed specifically for demanding modern workloads around artificial intelligence, machine learning, and streaming analytics.
Stephen Foskett spoke with Cody Hosterman and Anthony Ferrario from Pure Storage to find out how the company is meaningfully integrating VVols support into FlashArray, and why it’s taken some time for the industry to adopt the technology.
Persistent storage for containers is not considered a solved problem. Stephen Foskett spoke with Pure Storage’s Sandeep Singh and Anthony Ferrario about the issue. They discussed why the Pure Service Orchestrator provides cloud-native APIs to give developers access to a sophisticated storage backend without needed to be a storage admin.
This is post 9 of 13 in the series “Pure Storage 2018 Tech Talks” In a recent post, I wrote extensively about the integrations of VVols, and the other discrete components of VASA into the Pure Storage architecture. We’ll all be very interested in seeing more about this at VMworld 2018 in Las Vegas. Compelling […]
Matt Leib takes a look at what he learned from this year’s Flash Memory Summit. What stood out were the importance of NVMe scalability, as well as the emergence of non-volatile persistent memory. Of note, this year saw the first storage array to use NVMe protocol and hardware across the board, Pure Storage’s FlashArray//X.
Matt Leib takes a look at how Pure Storage has engineered their storage arrays to fully realize the promise of solid state disk. He also looks at the features of the Purity operating system on the arrays, and their robust VMware integrations.
The economics for an All-Flash solution as a backup target might not seem to make sense. But Dan Frith makes the case why FlashBlade doesn’t just work, but excels in the right environment.
Pure Storage recently announced the broad availability of their Evergreen Storage Service. Dan Frith look at how the service offers storage in your data center, while offering convenient consumption-based pricing.
In this post, Dan Frith looks at Pure Storage’s Data-centric Architecture in their newly announced range of FlashArray //X products. These take advantage of NVMe to build a common storage platform that can be used by both traditional and modern applications. He also shows how Pure provides an easy upgrade path for existing customers to take advantage of this architecture.
Stephen Foskett and Matt Kixmoeller discuss announcements from Pure Accelerate, including Pure Storage’s FlashArray architecture, and the AI-workload solution AIRI, which now comes in a “mini” option, as well as with the option for Cisco’s networking stack.