HPE Persistent Storage for Containers
Containers enable portability, agility and accelerated application delivery. Stateful and mission-critical containerized applications require reliable data storage with high performance and availability. The integration of HPE 3PAR with Docker, Kubernetes, Red Hat OpenShift, Mesos and SuSE CaaS enables self-service dynamic storage provisioning, QoS, multi-tenancy, snapshots, clones, replication of data volumes on a highly available storage platform.The integration also enables migrating legacy data volumes into containers paving way for modernizing traditional workloads with containers. The IT Ops teams can deliver multi-tenant Container-as-a-Service (CaaS) offerings for tenants to on-board workloads with clear separation of data enabled by Virtual domains. The integration is made possible with HPE 3PAR Volume Plug-in for Docker, HPE FlexVolume driver and dynamic provisioner for Kubernetes. HPE 3PAR is Docker certified and a Red Hat OpenShift Primed partner.
- Six new advanced smart managed fixed-configuration lite Layer 3 Gigabit switches for affordable high-performance connectivity.
- Non-PoE and PoE+ 8-, 24- and 48-port models for deployment flexibility.
- Simple and consistent Web interface for easy switch configuration.
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Dynamic Storage provisioning for Kubernetes with volume attributes such as thin, compressed, dededuped or fully provisioned volumes across multiple HPE 3PAR arrays
- Snapshots and clone of container data volumes with retention, expiration, as well as scheduling of snapshots
- Per data volume QoS and secure multi-tenancy for running multiple Kubernetes clusters on same array
- Synchronous replication with automated failover with HPE 3PAR peer persistence and , asynchronous replication of container data volumes
- Ansible-based automated installation of Plug-in in OpenShift and standalone Docker environments. Import of legacy data volumes into containers
- Expanded ecosystem including Kubernetes 1.8 and higher , Red Hat OpenShift 3.7, 3.9 and 3.10, Docker EE 2.0, SuSE CaaS/CAP v3
Deploy containerized workloads across multiple HPE 3PAR arrays or across multiple domains within single array.
Simplifies Network Deployment and Management for Small Organizations
Ansible based automated plug-in installation on standalone Docker and Red Hat OpenShift environments simplifies management on day 0 and beyond.
The HPE OfficeConnect 1920S Switch Series features easy-to-use, out of the box, plug-and-play deployment.
The series offers a complete portfolio of choices for increased small business flexibility. It consists of six rack-mountable models including 8G-, 24G- and 48G-port with and without PoE+. The 24G- and 48G-port PoE+ models offer SPF fiber connectivity.
These smart-managed switches use an intuitive Web management interface, to simplify deployment and management while offering granular control of key features.
Keeps Your Business Protected with Enhanced Security
The HPE OfficeConnect 1920S Switch Series supports Energy Efficient Ethernet for lower power consumption and an enhanced feature set for more robust operation.
Enhanced security features such as Access Control List, IEEE 802.1x and VLANs guard your network from unwanted or unauthorized access.
Management security restricts access to critical configuration commands, offers multiple privilege levels with password protection and supports secure http (https).
Delivers Better Performance at a Lower Total Cost of Ownership
The HPE OfficeConnect 1920S Switch Series delivers advanced functionality in smart-managed switches, including Layer 3 static routes, SFP ports, rate limiting, link aggregation and IGMP.
The switch series includes PoE+ options to power IP devices without the cost of additional cabling.
Green features like port shutdown and Energy Efficient Ethernet compliance for greater energy-efficiency.
The switch series is covered by the Limited Lifetime Warranty with 24x7 phone support for 90 days and business hours thereafter.
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