The new IntelliFlash OS 3.10 scales up performance by doubling performance and density, while the new N5100 NVMe all flash array adds an entry level model to the high end series, to expand the market downward.
What effectively is a relaunch for the company, and is timed with the new release of their software, delivers on the vision and strategy that has been put in place by the new management team that came in last year.
The new SwiftStack Software Appliance has a added a 1click Application Profile for Veeam to simplify object storage for Veeam Cloud Tier. It is the second such Application Profile for SwifStack, following another one with Splunk announced earlier this month.
After most of the first day announcements focused on things which spanned multiple elements of the Dell Technologies portfolio, and beyond, the second day focused on core product enhancements. Here are some of them.
Cloudian has partnered with large service providers for years, but has established a new program for smaller MSPs, and is looking for those with some kind of vertical or other focus that differentiate them from generalists.
The designs, one around HPE SimpliVity and the other a ProLiant/Nimble combination, run in the GKE environment, and will be available both through a standard reference architecture and through HPE’s GreenLake consumption-based as-a-service offering.
Compuverde has been around for a decade, and their mature technology will be integrated into Pure’s FlashArray offering, so that it can offer fully unified protocols, data services, and unified cloud management.