Eliminate complexity and free your infrastructure from the limitations of dedicated hardware.
A Composable Data Fabric for Any Workload
Software-defined storage (SDS) has expanded rapidly as customers realise the simplification and cost savings from deploying storage as an application. With over 50,000 SDS deployments worldwide, HPE is enabling agility by embedding the same SDS software in every server, hyper-converged and composable infrastructure solution we offer. This universal approach creates a fabric of storage resources that enable you to move data seamlessly across any form factor for extreme flexibility.
Lowering Cost and Complexity Today
Software-defined storage (SDS) enables you to create a pool of shared storage on industry-standard servers, without the need for dedicated arrays.
HPE StoreVirtual technology runs within VMware vCenter, Microsoft Hyper-V or Linux KVM environments on the same server as your virtualised applications. It creates a scale-out iSCSI SAN that provides capacity and advanced data services, such as tiering, or clustering for any physical or virtual server.
HPE enables you to start small and expand as needed. The HPE StoreVirtual SDS family is available as a software-only virtual storage appliance (VSA), a physical storage array, embedded in HPE Helion OpenStack® or as a turnkey hyper-converged appliance.
Enabling Extreme Agility for Tomorrow
Imagine a single approach to availability, efficiency, scaling and provisioning for every workload and form factor in the software-defined data centre with support for both structured and unstructured data.
The dynamic nature of software-defined storage, coupled with modular and disaggregated hardware building blocks, enables HPE to deliver a Composable Data Fabric that spans hybrid flash arrays, x86 servers, hyper-converged systems and the HPE Synergy.
By using the same software-defined storage stack everywhere, you can expand and switch between form factors without risk. Leverage workload mobility between systems and sites to assure a future-proof path through technology transitions.
Achieve More with a Composable Data Fabric
Composable Data Fabric in Action
The City of Los Angeles Department of Buildings and Safety, BlueSky Systems and the University of Wolverhampton use HPE Hyper Converged solutions to reduce costs, create an IT platform built for growth and alleviate maintenance issues.
HPE 3PAR StoreServ Meets Data Security Needs for an Australian Law Firm
HPE StoreVirtual Storage simplifies management, reduces costs and is easy to deploy, grow and maintain, ensuring critical business data remains available for Clayton Utz and their clients.
City of Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety Teams with HPE and Transforms the Way it Serves LA Development Businesses
HPE Hyper Converged Systems dramatically reduce footprint and heat output, decrease maintenance travel time and contract costs, simplify system management to increase IT productivity, as well as boost performance and business availability.
Sonora Quest Labs Runs HPE Hyper Converged Systems for Better Flexibility and More Value
Sonora Quest Laboratories counted on HPE when spinning up a new VDI project for their Patient Service Centre.
The Building Blocks of Hyper-convergence
All-in-one virtualisation solution that integrates compute, software-defined storage and software-defined intelligence, and speeds deployment, simplifies operations and reduces cost.
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SDS Blueprint #1: Introduction to HPE StoreVirtual VSA technology
Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) deployments can be difficult, especially given today’s mobile and BYOD (bring your own device) workforce
Branch offices and remote locations must handle increasing requirements for data protection and high availability, often with additional challenges
Hewlett Packard Enterprise comparison of traditional dual-controller disk array and two-node server cluster vs. two-node server cluster with VSA storage, August 2015.
Based on Hewlett Packard Enterprise internal comparative analysis of publicly available data from major competitors, August 2015.