A PLATFORM APPROACH TO NAS
The S1:Enterprise Storage Platform is optimized to meet not only file use cases but also block and object use cases, all from the same code. With our software, you can deliver to your customers a solution the meets their $ per IOPS and $ per GB requirements. StorONE is Better than Software-Defined Storage. It is a Software-Defined Storage Platform from which you can build your whole business.
A Redefined NAS Experience
StorONE’s NAS functionality outperforms the competition both in terms of IOPS and bandwidth. It delivers these improvements while using the highest capacity SSDs and HDDs to minimize floor space. Rebuild times are not an issue. Flash volumes rebuild in less than five minutes, and hard disk volumes, even with high capacity 18TB drives, rebuild in two to three hours thanks to our RAID technology, vRAID. StorONE provides a better snapshot technology. Snapshots can be taken every three minutes and retained for years. When it comes to DR, no one is better than StorONE. The S1 Platform can replicate synchronously and asynchronously to up to 16 targets.
StorONE LEAVES NO USE CASE BEHIND
StorONE has customers using our platform for extreme performance databases environments, high-performance virtualization, bandwidth-sensitive file systems, high capacity archives, and even backup targets. ONE software application delivers all of these use cases, simplifying training, maintenance, and installation.
High Capacity and High Bandwidth With Scale-up Simplicity
Conventional wisdom is modern NAS systems must use a scale-out design, but these architectures introduce networking complexity and inefficient hardware utilization. StorONE S1 Platform can scale to 15PBs and deliver 15GB+ of bandwidth with a simple scale-up architecture that simplifies installation, operation, and expansion.
CONSOLIDATE STORAGE WITH StorONE
The platform’s ability to meet all of your use case requirements means it is the ultimate storage consolidation solution. You can start by solving your most pressing problem today and then returning later to address another use case by merely adding capacity or implementing a different type of media.