Archive for the 'Unified Storage' Category
In this blog series on Redefining Unified Storage, I covered Hitachi Unified Storage (HUS) Dynamic virtual controller, which simplifies the management of LUN assignments and provides enterprise class load balancing. I followed that with the hybrid architecture of HUS file modules, which combine multicore CPUs with FPGAs to increase the throughput performance and scalability of [...]
In my previous post on Redefining Unified Storage – Hardware Differences Part 1, I described how the active/active controllers in Hitachi Unified Storage (HUS) set a new standard in dual controller storage systems by enabling enterprise class load balancing for performance, QoS, and availability. In this post I will describe the main difference in the [...]
Referring back to my last post, I am continuing my series on big data where we are looking at the dimensions of big data: volume, velocity, variety and value, and what we need to do to address them. The first dimension has to do with the “big” in big data – volume.