Qumulo

Qumulo software together with Supermicro hardware expand choice and reduce storage costs for enterprise file data.

The new platforms include 3 configurations on the Supermicro A+ WIO platform ranging from 30TB to 153TB capacity nodes. These nodes fit in a small footprint but pack a performance bomb for high-performance computing use cases such as video editing, animation, visual effects, and HPC-based research projects.

Qumulo guarantees you

  • Simple Management - one single and user-friendly file data management and storage system.
  • Enhanced performance with All-NVMe.
  • High Performance, Tiny Footprint - All-NVMe systems provide lightning-fast read and write speeds and unparalleled throughput to support the most advanced performance requirements.
  • Liberty to Decide - mix node manufacturers such as the new Supermicro nodes with older hardware in a cluster to get the most out of their infrastructure investment while taking advantage of the most reason hardware improvements.

Real Visibility with Real-Time Analytics

  • Monitor performance, capacity, and usage of the whole file system with a real-time view at the directory/file level to make resource management simpler and reduce expenses
  • Created to deliver high performance at a reasonable price
  • Save data center space with a 1U server chassis footprint
  • Decrease power and cooling with a smaller footprint
  • Support green IT initiatives
  • World-class support provided by Qumulo

Qumulo Data Platform

Data can be read and written at the same time and hardware does not need controllers for formatting data to readable or transmissible formats - saving time, hardware unit cost, and a potential corruption of that data during these actions.

Data can either be stored or used in a transformation and sorting process, or kept in a holding state ready for access. Additionally, data can be processed in real-time through a centralized data platform for large data repetitive tasks.

This is great for embedded analytics that can be achieved in real-time, allowing administrators to see such things as overheads and usage in real-time. Data security is also greatly improved as one storage volume does not need to contain the whole file; it can be divided over many divisions as the administrator desires.

A system now can use a NoSQL database efficiently with its much larger data size, not presenting a challenge or the need to compromise with a relational database system. These can be created in clusters to reduce the risk of data loss and make backup or mirroring much easier thanks to the data speeds achievable with the NVM protocol and hardware configuration.

A paradigm shift to the latest and greatest NVM protocol

Changing server hardware to meet the demand of big and large data files and the need for faster output or even removing the risk of downtime from system down events, can be a daunting thought. One may think that improved performance through the NVM protocol and high bandwidth sockets will lead to a more performant enterprise. Additionally, reduced maintenance tasks and faster hardware replacement with partitions, along with formatting and volume management being handled by a centralized data platform sound great, but why not ride the existing hardware into the ground and save the hassle for later?

Qumulo Hardware

All Qumulo solutions are scalable to suit the need of the enterprise using them.
Typical 1U form factors are available with 30TB, 76TB, and 153TB memory sizes with 2.2PB, 5.7PB, and 11.4PB maximum usage sizes possible. Networking can be over 10x15.36TB or 4x100GbE.
A standard 24 core 2.8GHz CPU and 128GB solution is present across all NVMe node types. While this is a normal configuration for each node in most platforms, bespoke solutions to meet your needs can be custom configured online.

NVMe performance by Qumulo is more affordable than ever before

The first hurdle to jump is that it costs money, yet it costs money during system downs, hardware maintenance tasks, and people waiting on data or poor data streams causing quality concerns with clients that have to interface with the business; thus, a moot point.

The second hurdle is that it is annexed by something similar to SDRAM and DDR, right? The nexus of server hardware is through the NVM protocol that will soon replace all hardware over the mid-term and become the new minimum enterprise standard.

This is because although it is reverse compatible with other protocols and hence hardware, SAS and SATA were designed to be intermediated by companies such as Microsoft and other industry leaders that make the industrial de-facto standards. There is no newer protocol planned as the NVM protocol mitigates all of the previously known bottlenecks, including having a high bandwidth, that is increased for big data through scaling hardware and subdividing data across them.

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  1. NVIDIA Spectrum MSN2100-CB2F NVIDIA Mellanox MSN2100-CB2F Spectrum™ based 100GbE 1U Open Ethernet switch with Onyx, 16 QSFP28 ports, 2 power supplies (AC), x86 Atom CPU, short depth, P2C airflow

    Spine or Top-of-Rack switch
    16x QSFP28 100GbE ports
    Mellanox Onyx

    12 017.07 €
  2. NVIDIA Spectrum MSN2100-CB2FC NVIDIA Mellanox MSN2100-CB2FC Spectrum™ based 100GbE 1U Open Ethernet switch with Cumulus Linux, 16 QSFP28 ports, 2 power supplies (AC), x86 Atom CPU, short depth, P2C airflow

    Spine or Top-of-Rack switch
    16x QSFP28 100GbE ports
    Cumulus Linux

    13 101.66 €
  3. NVIDIA Spectrum-2 MSN3700-CS2F Mellanox Spectrum-2 SN3700-CS2F

    Spine or Top-of-Rack switch
    32x QSFP28 100GbE ports
    Mellanox Onyx

    27 489.72 €
  4. NVIDIA Spectrum-2 MSN3700-CS2FC Mellanox Spectrum-2 MSN3700-CS2FC

    Spine or Top-of-Rack switch
    32x QSFP28 100GbE ports
    Cumulus Linux

    31 820.76 €
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