Do your applications need the performance of NVMe SSDs, but are limited by your server infrastructure?
HPE Flash Enclosures are all flash storage systems designed to deliver high performance with consistently low latencies for enterprise workloads such as AI, Big Data, HPC, SDS, and M&E.
The HPE J2000 is an end-to-end NVMe platform that supports up to 24 NVMe SSDs connected through either two or six 100GbE NVMe-oF Ethernet ports. Designed for shared environments, the HPE J2000 provides a high availability (HA) architecture with its dual IO Modules in an active/active configuration, the use of dual port NVMe SSDs allowing each IO Module to access all the SSDs in the system, and hot swap redundant components including IOMs, power supplies and cooling fans. The HPE J2000 redefines DAS with greater performance and flexibility than traditional solutions and is a building block for software-defined storage, cloud storage, and Composable Infrastructure solutions going forward.
Has your business exceeded your storage capacity? Manage your small and midrange business growing storage needs by deploying the HPE D3000 Enclosures, the next generation 12 Gb SAS low-cost, high-capacity, tiered external storage system. The HPE D3000 Enclosures are ideal for your small application environments, remote offices and departmental locations. The 12 Gb SAS enclosures - large form factor (LFF) D3600/D3610 with 12 drive bays and small form factor (SFF) D3700/D3710 with 25 drive bays—offer flexible, modular solutions to simplify capacity expansion of HPE ProLiant server and HPE BladeSystem environments to external storage without having to make the full move to SAN or NAS. This allows you to buy what is needed today and purchase additional capacity as data storage needs grow. HPE D3000 enclosures support HPE SmartDrive Carriers. Buy and maintain a common set of HPE ProLiant drives for Gen8/Gen9 and Gen10 ProLiant Servers. Total support can grow up to 96 LFF or 200 SFF drives.
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