Rack-Scale Converged Infrastructure for Enterprise Cloud
Hyperscale companies like Amazon and Google aren’t using monolithic storage arrays to offer web-scale infrastructure. Instead, they have pioneered architectures that leverage commodity hardware with object based distributed storage software to enable storage to be delivered as an on-demand service for dynamic environments.
Coho Data’s Rack-Scale software defined architecture converges software-defined storage, software-defined networking, and commodity compute hardware to provide the same cloud-like scale and simplicity for your enterprise cloud
What is Rack-Scale Converge?
A Rack-Scale converged platform offers all the benefits of a typical hyperconverged solution without its limitations. The solution provides the simplicity of hyperconverged solutions but at a rack-scale where customers can scale compute and storage independently to align with workload needs.
Coho Data’s Rack-scale architecture eliminates these limitations by moving the storage controller into the network and offering a SDN optimized intelligent data platform that allows for disaggregated scaling of compute and storage and linear scale of performance.
Why Choose Rack-Scale Converge?
The Business Problem
Traditional storage is at odds with the priorities of the modern enterprise. Administrators spend their time thinking about storage mechanics rather than growing the business.
The Technical Problem
The advancement of flash technology is accelerating too quickly for existing platforms to deliver their full value without creating performance bottlenecks.
The Financial Problem
As modern, information-centric applications accelerate data growth, inflexible legacy storage systems now require more capital and operational expense than the value they create.
Coho Data's rack-scale approach to network integration, workload unification, multi-tenancy/
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