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Articles for the keywords: HSP
03 Feb 2016 Hitachi Data Systems Delivers Next-Generation Hyper-Converged, Scale-Out Platform For Big Data, Powered By Pentaho [49608]
Hitachi, February 3rd, 2016

Hitachi Data Systems Corporation (HDS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd. (TSE: 6501), unveiled the next generation Hitachi Hyper Scale-Out Platform (HSP), which now offers native integration with the Pentaho Enterprise Platform to deliver a sophisticated, software-defined, hyper-converged platform for big data deployments. Combining compute, storage and virtualization capabilities, the HSP 400 series delivers seamless infrastructure to support big data blending, embedded business analytics and simplified data management.

Modern enterprises increasingly need to derive value from massive volumes of data being generated by information technology (IT), operational technology (OT), the Internet of Things (IoT) and machine-generated data in their environments. HSP offers a software-defined architecture to centralize and support easy storing and processing of these large datasets with high availability, simplified management and a pay-as-you-grow model. Delivered as a fully configured, turnkey appliance, HSP takes hours instead of months to install and support production workloads, and simplifies creation of an elastic data lake that helps customers easily integrate disparate datasets and run advanced analytic workloads.
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25 May 2010 Sun Storage 7000 Unified Storage Systems for Oracle Databases [23133]
Executive Overview on Hybrid Storage Pools, Analytics, Full Suite of Data Services Software

Learn more about Oracle's Sun Storage 7000 Unified Storage System in a 9-page white paper that provides an executive overview of the system. The paper offers information on the benefits of Hybrid Storage Pools, Analytics, and fully integrated software, providing specific examples along with charts and figures to demonstrate its points.
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18 Jan 2010 Hybrid Storage Pools With Sun Flash Technology and Solaris ZFS [22694]
Eliminate I/O Bottlenecks, and Improve End User Experience

Sun staff engineer and technical marketing manager Roger Bitar provides an overview of Flash technology, and discusses its introduction into a new tier of storage infrastructure. In a Sun BluePrints article, Bitar explains how companies can utilize Flash technology and the Solaris ZFS file system to take advantage of the high performance of enterprise solid state drives (SSDs) and other Flash storage devices.
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31 Dec 2009 Sun ZFS Plus Intel SSDs Equal Hybrid Storage Pools [22462]
If You Are Looking for More Bang for Your Storage Buck, Look Here

ZFS and hybrid storage pools (HSP) is the subject of a recent posting by Sun blogger "Thin Slice," who writes about the collaboration between Sun and Intel that has delivered the combination of ZFS and high performance, flash-based solid state drives (SSDs) to offer enterprises cutting-edge HSP innovation that can reduce the risk, cost, complexity, and deployment time of multi-tiered storage environments.
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01 Dec 2009 Sun Storage 7000 for Oracle Database Consolidation [22408]
The Ideal Platform for Database Consolidation

A four-page brochure from Sun makes a case for using the Sun Storage 7000 family for consolidating oracle databases in these sections:

  • The Challenge
  • Breakthrough Simplicity, Performance, and Savings
  • The Ideal Platform for Database Consolidation
  • Breakthrough Data Placement: Hybrid Storage Pools (HSP)
  • Breakthrough System Monitoring: Analytics
  • Breakthrough Data Protection: Self Healing Storage
  • A Paradigm Shift in Scalability: Scale Any Aspect of the System
  • Services and Support

This article also list the key feature of the Sun Storage 7000 for databases.
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