The StorONE Engine Drives the Most Powerful
Block and File Solution
A Single Engine for Block and File
The StorONE Storage Engine is optimized to meet the demands of block, file, and even object use cases. This single-engine gives you a common interface to all of a data center’s mainstream storage use cases. Block, File, and Object use cases can share the same physical media but have independent data protection and resiliency settings.
A Revolutionary File Experience
StorONE’s NAS functionality outperforms the competition in terms of IOPS and bandwidth. Use the highest density SSDs and HDDs to minimize floor space and reduce costs. StorONE’s integrated NAS solution is ideal for user shares, high-performance virtualized environments like VMware, or high-capacity backup and archive.
A Revolutionary Block Experience
The StorONE Storage Engine delivers native block storage performance, not block emulation on top of a file system. Databases and virtualized environments enjoy the performance efficiency of the StorONE Storage Engine. Organizations benefit from one million + IOPS and low latency while only using twelve to fourteen flash drives, keeping costs down.
High Capacity and High Performance with Scale-Up Simplicity
Scale-up solutions are easier to deploy, consume fewer network ports, and have less data center footprint than their scale-out competitors. The StorONE Storage Engine can scale to over 15PBs and deliver more than one million IOPS in performance and 15Gbps of throughput. It also eliminates future storage refreshes and migrations by seamlessly incorporating new technology into the engine's infrastructure.
Rock Solid Data Protection
Consolidate Storage with StorONE
The StorONE Storage Engine's ability to deliver a complete portfolio of solutions means it can consolidate your entire storage infrastructure into a single control plane with a common feature set. Use storage infrastructure more efficiently and lower acquisition, operating, and training costs with StorONE. The StorONE Storage Engine grows with the organization. Solve the most pressing problems first and then add workloads as it becomes practical. We call this practical storage consolidation.