Introducing-Boston dataScaler-L SFF

Posted on 2017/11/14

Boston dataScaler-L SFF

Intel® Lustre* Small Form Factor Solution

Boston’s dataScaler-L SFF (small form factor) appliance is the latest addition to Boston’s Lustre based parallel file system portfolio and provides a lower cost / capacity entry point for Lustre storage systems. Traditional Lustre solutions on the market are focused on addressing the high end cluster users, while the Boston Lustre SFF is designed for small or mid-sized clusters with capacities as low as 18TB (and scaling to 720TB). This solution provides a high performance alternative to standard NFS and provides customers with the option to scale and grow as the cluster and user demands increase over time.

Lustre is the most widely used parallel file system in the HPC industry, however it is typically reserved for larger clusters and institutes with generous budgets. Small to medium sized clusters are typically deployed with NFS as a shared file system providing limited scalability and performance. The Boston Lustre SFF aims to address this problem. Enterprise Lustre provides unmatched speed, and efficiency compared to other platforms and gives you the ability to independently Scale-Out or Scale-Up your storage in response to user demands. 

This solution is available for testing now - enquire for more information

View the Boston dataScaler-L SFF Datasheet

Tags: dataScaler-L, SFF, Intel, Lustre. Storage, Scale-Out, Scale-Up

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