HDS announces enterprise-strength storage virtualization
HDS is one of the biggest names in data storage and is well respected for quality products. But like everyone else, they’ve seen that enterprise storage is changing faster than ever before. Their strategy: a software layer between servers and storage that supports legacy apps while enabling data centers to incorporate new storage without disruption.
The Storage Virtualization Operating System is a software standalone implementation of the storage virtualization used in their big iron arrays. SVOS separates control and data planes, so fast storage stays fast. The control plane configures bandwidth and I/O rates so shared resources remain shared and apps aren’t crowded out.
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