Hyper-Unity allows you to scale both capacity and performance linearly by providing the flexibility to scale up by adding more nodes or scale up by adding more disks to each server node. Instead of buying large and expensive storage arrays with limited performance, the Hyper-Unity Infrastructure enables enterprises to scale out in small, modular units, allowing them to balance their compute and storage resources while growing. It also supports popular hypervisors, preserving prior investments in tools, time, and training.
Hyper-Unity delivers the performance of an all-flash array in multi-server clusters, enabling IT organizations to easily meet the performance requirements of demanding workloads. Hyper-converged software performs de-duplication and compression before data is written to storage, leading to extremely low latencies, higher IOPS and lower storage and network traffic.
Data Reduction & I/O Acceleration
Hyper-Unity lowers costs, using data reduction and I/O acceleration technology to reduce the amount of physical RAM and local flash required per TB of storage capacity. Hyper-Unity eliminates the need for multiple tiers of flash and hard drives. Hybrid hyper-converged systems remain more costly and lack the level of performance delivered by Hyper-Unity platforms.