WHAT YOU WILL SEE IN BOOTH #548 AT DELL TECHNOLOGIES WORLD 2019

We are demonstrating two enterprise workloads at Dell World. We will present how to deploy an extremely dense container cluster for Pivotal’s Kubernetes Service (KPS) and for a modern massively compute architecture like Pivotal’s Greenplum. While these demos are only the “tip of the iceberg” in terms of workloads we see customers running on our array, these demos are a great example of implementing Composable, Disaggregated Infrastructure in massively parallel environments that were once on DAS.

 

Get hands-on with the Pavilion Data array in the booth. With up to 72 NVMe drives, 20 controllers and 40 100 Gbe ports, you will be amazed at the power and performance we have packed into 4RU.  A radically different architecture, an architecture built for NVMe technology.

KUBERNETES

Pavilion Data will demonstrate how our Shared Data Platform delivers Composable, Disaggregated Infrastructure for an ultra-dense container cluster.

GREENPLUM

Greenplum’s parallel processing of data and petabyte scale data ingestion is a perfect match for Pavilion’s Data Platform. See how we deliver orders of magnitude more access to data.

THE WORLDS FASTEST NVME-OF DATA PLATFORM FOR CLOUD-SCALE APPLICATIONS

PERFORMANCE

The performance of direct attached storage with the benefits of shared.

At 20M IOPS, 40 µs latency and 120 GB/s, applications get the performance they demand to deliver the competitive advantage organizations need without the burden of managing siloed infrastructure.

RELIABILITY

Enterprise-grade reliability has you and your data covered.

Enterprise-grade reliability that not only prevents data loss with RAID 6 but keeps your projects running with end-to-end data protection, fully redundant and hot-swappable components and multi-path support.

SCALABILITY

Scale infrastructure on-demand without the operational and management pains of DAS.

By disaggregating storage in a bottom of rack device, storage and compute can be scaled independently and on demand to meet the needs of the application, without the operational challenges inherent in server-side storage.

STOP BY BOOTH #548 AND EXPERIENCE THE FUTURE OF NVME-OF TECHNOLOGY