Is HPC storage a major pain point in your HPC environment?
The Cray ClusterStor E1000 storage system is purpose-engineered to meet the demanding input/output requirements of supercomputers and HPC clusters in a very efficient way. The parallel storage solution typically achieves the given HPC storage requirements with significantly fewer storage drives than alternative storage offerings. That means for HPC users with a fixed budget for the HPC system can spend more of their budget on CPU/GPU compute nodes accelerating time-to-insight.
The Cray ClusterStor E1000 storage system embeds the open source parallel file system Lustre®. Hewlett Packard Enterprise provides enterprise-grade customer support in-house for Lustre that scales out (nearly) linearly, without software licensing for the file system per terabyte capacity or per storage drive. This allows customers to reap the benefits of the open source movement while getting enterprise-grade support from Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
HPE Nimble Storage dHCI an intelligent platform with the flexibility of converged and the simplicity of HCI. It disaggregates compute and storage and integrates hyperconverged control to give enterprises simple infrastructure management on a flexible architecture. Built with HPE ProLiant and HPE Nimble Storage, this platform provides the flexibility to scale compute and storage independently for unpredictable growth and the data resiliency and performance needed for business-critical apps.
HPE Nimble Storage dHCI is intelligently simple to use, ready for demanding
applications, and built for efficiency at scale. It extends the benefits of HCI to support
workloads with unpredictable growth. Bring up full stack infrastructure in minutes and
enjoy easy ongoing management through complete vCenter integration. You can also
realize all-flash speed, native data integrity, guaranteed availability, data efficiency
savings, and more.
Is your data fragmented across your organization? Are you able to efficiently extract value from this data? Is the location of all the data in your organization well known or is some of it dark?
The majority of enterprise data is secondary and applications, including backups, disaster recovery, files, objects, dev/test, archives, and analytics. These are massively fragmented across a complex patchwork of specialized point products and infrastructure silos in data centers, branch locations and the cloud.
All of this is further complicated with data being distributed across core, edge and cloud and customers need to develop and maintain skill sets and resources to manage all these data silos and points products.
Do you need to accelerate database performance on your Hewlett Packard Enterprise servers running Linux? The HPE Application Tuner Express optimizes Linux® application performance by loading data into memory close to the processor executing the computing instruction on multi-processor x86 based systems. The optimization reduces delays introduced when data gets stored in remote memory on other processors in the system. This software accelerator delivers Non-Uniform Memory Access (NUMA) awareness to applications without having to change the application code at all. There is more performance benefit realized on larger socket count servers.